My Grandfather wrote this book of which I am extremely proud. Having read the book a number of times, I always come across parts that I somehow missed before. It's about his time in the prisoner of war camp Stalag VIIIB, where he spent 5 years of his life working in the coal mines in Upper Silesia. The subject of the book would suggest a depressing account of life as a PoW in WWII, but Arthur writes with humour and draws in the reader to want to know more about the camps and his experiences. While Arthur was still alive he worked to get his website Lamsdorf Reunited off the ground which was his way of trying to bring PoWs together. The website is now called Lamsdorf Remembered and not able to take on any more stories/pictures due to the overwhelming response from relatives of PoWs looking for information.