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Catalog Number 2002.61.350
Object Name book
Accession number 2002.61
Summary 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
Author Pearson, George
Published Date 1918
Publisher George H. Doran
Published Place New York
Subjects Prisoners of war
OCLC Number 607996282
Library of Congress Control Number 18008093