|THE GREAT ESCAPE - THE ENTRANCE by LEY KENYON || POW Wartime Artist|
The night of 24 March 1944 has gone down in history as one of the bravest and most daring escape attempts of the entire war This was the night of 'The Great Escape'. Over 200 inmates of the Prisoner of War camp Stalag Luft III in Zagan, Poland were ready and prepared with forged papers, maps, civilian clothes and an indomitable desire to be free.
Needed for this were camera and film, both luxuries that could not be squandered on posterity; thus the senior British officer asked fellow prisoner and artist Ley Kenyon to make a visual record of 'Harry'
Limited Edition signed by Flt Lt Alan Bryett
Escapers Edition Mounted and signed by Flt Lt Alan Bryett and Sqn Ldr Dick Churchill
Artist Proof Mounted and signed by Flt Lt Alan Bryett, Sqn Ldr Dick Churchill and Flt Lt Mick Shand
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