Synopses & Reviews
A classic espionage book about the British secret service that arranged the daring escapes of allied prisoners during World War II.
Michael Foot, CBE, was decorated for service with the French Resistance in Brittany.
J.M. Langley organized the escape from German prisoner-of-war camps of around three thousand people.
This is the true story of the men behind the great escapes from Europe of WWII.
About the Author
MRD Foot: Michael Foot CBE fought in France during the later stages of the war and in 1945 was decorated for service with the French Resistance in Brittany.
JR Langley: The late JM Langley lost an arm at Dunkirk. He was taken prisoner but escaped and was recruited by MI9, organising the escape from German prisoner-of-war camps of around 3,000 people.