Sub-title: “Behind the Barbed Wire of Enemy Prison Camps”. The book offers “the full story of how British sailors, soldiers and airmen live when they are taken prisoner” and was published when the conditions of ordinary Prisoners of War was of immediate concern to the anxious readers at home. Pictorial dust jacket, light green cloth-covered boards, 134 pages, illustrations from photographs. Decorative book plate to front free end paper, “Enid I. M. Dunlop”. Condition: Dust jacket (in protective wrapper) wornd and torn, with a small area of loss. Borads sound but faded and rubbed. Foxing across end papers and a little to external page edges.