The Colditz Cock

The Colditz Cock
May 11, 2012 Calverts

The Colditz Cock spines

The Colditz Cock
The Colditz Cock is the name of the name of a glider constructed by two prisoners of war at the infamous Colditz Castle. It's also the name of the first book from the Cartland Institute for Romance Research.

The heroine of this tale of love and derring-do is based on a young Barbara Cartland who was instrumental in the development of the air-towed glider used to transport troops during World War Two.

Published by UHC and printed litho offset by Calverts on 80gsm Arcoprint Edizioni and 260g Trucard Ice.

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