- Uitgever:Leo Cooper
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The March on London
By December, 1944, 250,000 German prisoners of war in Britain were being guarded by a small number of over-age reservists. POWs had been very tame for most of the war, but now the German High Command in Berlin began infiltrating agents into the most important camps.
First enforcing proper "National Socialist discipline" in the camps, the agents then turned to their real task, planning a mass breakout which would coincide with Hitler's last great offensive in the West, the Battle of the Bulge.
Charles Whiting reveals one of the last great secrets of World War II, as he unravels the unknown story of the attempt by German agents to organize a mass escape and a march on an unguarded London.