Polygon Wood; The Fourth of May; Corporal Edwards Takes Up the Tale; Major Gault Comes Back; The Eighth of May and the Last Stand of the Princess Pats; Prisoners; Pulling the Leg of a German General; The Princess Patricia's German Uncle; How the German Red Cross Tended the Canadian Wounded; The Curious Concoctions of the Chef at Giessen; The Way They Have at Giessen; The Escape; The Traitor at Vehnmoor; Away Again; Paying the Piper; The Third Escape; What Happened in the Wood; The Last Lap; Holland at Last; "It's a Way They Have in the Army"; The Evidence in the Case
Illustrations: Corporal (Now Sergeant) Edward Edwards, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry; British wounded waiting for transportation to a dressing station; The Princess Patricias in billets at Westoutre, Belgium; German prisoners bringing wounded men down a communication trench; Wounded Canadians receiving first aid after an attack; Recipes from Corporal Edward's Diary; Fellow prisoners at Geissen; Fellow prisoners at Geissen; Record of second escape and recapture; German prisoners at Southampton; High explosives bursting over German trenches; Salient details of the third escape; Private Mervin C. Simmons, C.E.F.; The cemetary at Celle Laager Z1 Camp; Corporal Edwards after his escape; Homeward bound
World War, 1914-1918 --Prisoners and prisons, German.
|Title||Escape of Princess Pat|
|Publisher||George H. Doran|
|Published Place||New York|
|Subjects||Prisoners of war|
|Library of Congress Control Number||18008093|