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Survivor of the Great Escape 'who was spared from the firing squad by Hitler' dies, aged 92. Les Brodrick was shot down in France aged 22 and sent to Stalag Luft III. Joined 75 others in escape attempt but was captured and returned to camp. Avoided execution and joked it was because Hitler heard he had baby son. Became a teacher after the war and moved to South Africa with his family.

One of the last survivors of the Great Escape 'who was spared from the firing squad by Hitler' dies, aged 92

Survivor of the Great Escape 'who was spared from the firing squad by Hitler' dies, aged 92

Escape route: A reconstruction of Tunnel Harry from the tunnel entrance point at the Stalag Luft III Prisoner of War Camp in Zagan, Poland

The Great Escape murders: How the Nazi slaughter of escaped heroes led to one of post-war Europe's biggest manhunts

Escape route: A reconstruction of Tunnel 'Harry' from the tunnel entrance point at the Stalag Luft III Prisoner of War Camp in Zagan, Poland.

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Stalag Luft Iii

An overview of Stammlager Luft III - a permanent camp for airmen - showing  the distance between the huts and the perimeter wire. the tunnel...

General view of the huts and compound at Stalag Luft III prisoner of war camp, scene of the 'Great Escape' in

Stalag Luft III: An Official History of the Pow Camp of the Great Escape

Stalag Luft III: An Official History of the 'Great Escape' PoW Camp (Hardcover)

Stalag Luft III: An Official History of the Pow Camp of the Great Escape

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Douglas Hoare, and group in Oflag XXIB “Schubin”

POWs at Stalag Luft III Capt. Louis R. McKesson, 306BG; 1st Lt. Robert Ray Brunn, 91BG (back row, left to right) 2Lt Thomas E. "Eddie" Mulligan, 303BG/359BS; Lt(sg) John Dunn, first American POW in Stalag Luft III; Maj. Edward Wheeler; Lt(jg) John H. Palmer, VT-4 (front row, left to right) Photo taken February 10, 1944

POWs at Stalag Luft III Capt. Louis R. McKesson, 306BG; 1st Lt. Robert Ray Brunn, 91BG (back row, left to right) 2Lt Thomas E. "Eddie" Mulligan, 303BG/359BS; Lt(sg) John Dunn, first American POW in Stalag Luft III; Maj. Edward Wheeler; Lt(jg) John H. Palmer, VT-4 (front row, left to right) Photo taken February 10, 1944

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