About this book
The first book to explore the lives of German and Italian PoWs held in the UK during the Second World War, based on first-hand accounts from people who knew, worked with and socialised with PoWs. A unique perspective on WWII.
During the Second World War over 400,000 Germans and Italians were held in prison camps in Britain. These men played a vital part in the life of war-torn Britain, from working in the fields to repairing bomb-damaged homes. This book tells the story of those men who were detained here as unexpected guests.
|The History Press|