From diaries written in three Prisoner of War camps, Halifax Bomber Pilot George Neale offers a look into the lives of the Kriegies.
A Kriegie's Lament - The Wartime Diaries of George V. Neale
A Kriegies Lament - Doris and George Neale, Nov. 11, 2004 Taken from the pages of his original diaries, written under the most extreme conditions and bound to his body for safe-keeping.

For 664 days, Halifax Bomber Pilot George V. Neale spent time as a "guest" of the Luftwaffe in three different Prisoner of War camps.

The diaries offer an insightful look into the lives of the "Kriegies" who adapted to their unfavourable surroundings and created their own culture.


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From diaries written in three Prisoner of War camps, Halifax Bomber Pilot George Neale offers a look into the lives of the Kriegies.