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The only known picture of the Colditz glider: assembled by Bill Goldfinch and Jack Best in the lower attic above the chapel.

Photograph taken April 15th 1945 by Lee Carson, one of two newspaper correspondents assigned to Colonel Leo Shaughnessy's task force which relieved the Castle.

Image:Originalglider.jpg (english wiki)


  • P.R.Reid "Colditz: The Final Story", photograph caption
  • P.R.Reid "The Latter Days at Colditz", chapter XXV.



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