Escape From Nazi EuropeBook - 2007
Throughout the Second World Way, thousands found themselves cut off behind the lines in Nazi-occupied Europe- soldiers were left stranded on beaches after the chaotic evacuation of Dunkirk, airmen flying operations against the Germans were blasted out of the sky by flak and fighters. Once, they had been part of units that offered camaraderie and protection, but now they were alone and on the run. Life for the evaders hung in the balance and if they were to survive they could rely only on guile and sheer luck.
For all involved, it was a matter of life and death - make the right contacts and you might find sanctuary or secret organizations that could guide you home. Trust the wrong person and you would be in the hands of the feared Gestapo, and a concentration camp - or worse - would be your fate.