The Great Escape Tunnel to Freedom by Mike Meserole
  

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The Great Escape Tunnel to Freedom by Mike Meserole

This is a spine-tingling and suspenseful true story of escape during World War II. Spring, 1943; Stalag Luft III, Germany: every prisoner in the Nazi camps had one thought in mind - to get out. The organisation was in place, with men digging hidden passageways and squads dispersing yellow sand in the middle of soccer scrimmages. Forgers worked to create false travel documents. Tailors stitched up civilian suits from blankets. Their goal? To break out of an 'escape-proof' German prison camp and raise havoc throughout the German countryside. The stakes were high, however: anyone caught would be executed. Author Mike Meserole keeps the tension high in this newly-written tale filled with tension, daring and danger. Children will hang on to every word.

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Format

Paperback
240 pages

Author

Mike Meserole
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Publisher

Sterling Juvenile

Publication date

4th December 2008

ISBN

9781402757051


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