The Great Escape Camp: Stalag Luft III Trip
23-25 March 2018, £549 plus £40 per night single room supplement, where applicable. Places available.
Stalag Luft III, known to many as “The Great Escape” Camp was the vast POW Camp for Allied Airmen cut out of a thick forest in Upper Silesia, then in the East of Germany now in Poland and located 100 miles southeast of Berlin. The site was selected because it would be difficult to escape by tunneling given the sandy sub soil – however, the camp is best known for two famous prisoner escapes that took place there by tunneling: The Great Escape and The Wooden Horse Escape. We explore camp life as well as dozens of escapes attempts made by the POWs.
Click the Stalag Luft III The Great Escape Camp Itinerary link or the image below to open the literature