Pedal for your life: by bicycle from the Baltic to the Black Sea
Lutterworth Press, 1996/09/11 - 202 ページ
A remarkable true story that weaves together the author's recollections of capture and escape in Nazi-occupied Europe with an account of a cycle journey undertaken with his son through the same countries fifty years later.
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