SOLD! Royal Airforce School For Prisoners of War Booklet By Red Cross WWII Ephemera

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Royal Airforce School For Prisoners of War Booklet 

Published By Red Cross and and St John War Organisation -1945
Made by Hazell Watson and Viney Ltd
This booklet is a facsimile of a manuscript by Sergeant James W. Lambert at Stalag Luft VI, Germany
This is the prospectus study from a " Barbed wired University" , whose only qualification for study was to be a prisoner of war. representative of the educational ferment at work in over 80 camps in Germany, France and Denmark. 
This unique school stationed at Stalag was formed to provide educational facilities for flying personnel interned in Germany
Describes the need of education, the lectures and the subjects
Has some age related wear with some creases, foxing, stains and some page corners are folded and the staples have rust. Pleas see detailed photos for complete condition report.
16 pages booklet - all pages shown in the photos
and is 24.7 cm x 19 cm 
9.7" x 7.5"
unpacked weight: 44 grams
Stock reference: WCC4943 
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