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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Malcolm Tudor is an Anglo-Italian historian.

His British father was a soldier with the 8th Army in Italy and his Italian mother and grandparents helped many Allied escaped prisoners of war.

Image: Malcolm Tudor, Anglo-Italian historian and author of military history books.

'Malcolm Tudor writes expertly on this period.' --- Harry Shindler of the Italy Star Association

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You will find books on World War II Italy covering British and Allied prisoners of war, escape and evasion, special operations, air supply and Resistance.

There is free postage and packing in the UK and shipping by fast and efficient Airmail overseas. Delivery is usually 3-4 working days from order in the UK, 6-8 working days to Europe and 8-12 working days in the rest of the world.

All the books are brand new and in stock.

These are our titles:

Image: cover of Paths To Freedom, a military history book written by Malcolm Tudor.

In September 1943 fifty thousand British and Allied prisoners of war fled from their camps after the Italian Armistice and Surrender. The Allies had landed in the south. The Germans occupied the rest of the country and brought back Benito Mussolini as head of a puppet Fascist republic. This gripping account shows how the escapers were helped by a secret army of Italian civilians and members of the Resistance. They included Malcolm's mother and grandparents who aided 20 escapers from the prison camp at Fontanellato. Over seventeen thousand Allied escapers used the mountain trails to reach neutral Switzerland or to cross enemy lines to the Allied armies in Italy. The country tracks became paths to freedom.

Price: £10.99 and delivered free in the UK

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Image: Cover of the military history book SOE in Italy.

SOE in Italy 1940-1945: The Real Story provides a thrilling account of Britain's secret service in action with the Italian Resistance throughout the Second World War. The Special Operations Executive carried out sabotage and supported local patriots who fought the Nazis and Fascists. The partisans' success was made possible by the courageous agents and the weapons and supplies parachuted to them by the Allies. The book contains remarkable accounts of men and missions, air supply and Resistance.

Price: £9.99 and delivered free in the UK (Save £3.00 on the RRP of £12.99)

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Image: Cover of Malcolm Tudor's book Beyond the Wire.

Here is the inside story of the greatest escape, described as 'a must read for those interested in both Italy and wartime tales' by Italia! magazine. At noon on 9 September 1943 over five hundred officers and men marched out of Camp 49 Fontanellato, just ahead of a German column sent to capture them. Amongst the brave Italians who helped the escaped prisoners of war were the author's mother and grandparents.

Price: £11.99 and delivered free in the UK

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Cover: at war in Italy 1943 to 1945 by Malcolm Tudor.

At War in Italy 1943-1945 relates the experiences of British and Allied servicemen who fought Germans and Fascists in World War II Italy. Using eyewitness accounts and wartime top-secret official reports, Malcolm Tudor recounts prisoner of war escapes, secret missions by land, sea and air, and guerrilla warfare alongside the Italian partisans. The book provides the reader with amazing stories of survival and resistance.

Price: £11.95 and delivered free in the UK

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Cover: Prisoners and Partisans: Escape and Evasion in WWII Italy.

This book is the essential guide to escape and evasion in wartime Italy. During World War II over 20,000 British and Allied servicemen escaped to neutral Switzerland or crossed the lines within Italy. Many of the former prisoners of war and downed airmen were rescued by agents of the Allied secret services. But the majority of the fugitives were saved by Italian civilians and members of the Resistance. 'What counted most was the kindness of strangers.'

Price £11.95 and delivered free in the UK

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Cover: Escape from Italy 1943 - 1945.

Read how many escapers walked hundreds of miles to rejoin Allied forces. Others crossed the Alps to Switzerland. Gradually escape lines were created by Allied military intelligence and the Italian Resistance. The fugitives were passed from one safe house to another until the final dangerous crossing of the enemy lines or the frontier.

Price: £4.99 and delivered free in the UK (Save £3.00 on the RRP of £7.99)

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'A very prompt and courteous service.' S.D.

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'A good and comprehensive book about prisoners of war. It reminded me of the stories my father told me about his time in Italy. I will be buying other books by Malcolm. I wish I had found these books when my father was alive, so he could have read them.' M.P.

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