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A Wilderness of Days  An artist's experiences as a prisoner of war in Germany, Bates, Maxwell

Author Name    Bates, Maxwell

Title   A Wilderness of Days An artist's experiences as a prisoner of war in Germany

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good+ in Very Good- dust jacket

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   Victoria, BC Sono Nis Press 1978

ISBN Number    0919462561 / 9780919462564

Illustrator   Illustrated by Maxwell Bates drawings

Seller ID   16669

Only light wear to book and DJ, 1" tear front fore edge of DJ. ; A bright, solid book, dust jacket in Mylar jacket protector. ; 133 pages; "The Canadian painter Maxwell bates is on of the few men who experienced and survived both the infamous 'long march' of prisoners of Allied prisoners into Germany at the fall of France and the equally notorious march out of Germany before the advancing Allied troops in 1945." The artist could not resist illustrating the hardships of life as a prisoner of war with often humourous drawings. Twenty-six of these are scattered throughout the book.

Prisoner of War WWII Germany POW

Price = 27.50 USD



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