Glider escape from Colditz Castle
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|Caption||Into the Blue: Plan for Escape. One of the most imaginative escape attempts from Colditz Castle was the plan to launch a glider which, although completed after more than a year's work, was never flown. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 382 (10 May 1969).|
|Creator||Wilf Hardy, also known as Wilfred, English (20th century)|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|aircraft aeroplane planes flying Prisoners of War POW Colditz Castle glider World War II Second World War escape Wilf Hardy Wilfred|
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