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British NCO Sergeant-Major Charles Coward escapes from the Stalag VIII-B POW camp and is mistakenly awarded with the Iron Cross by the Germans.
No mention is made of Coward being transferred to Auschwitz III labor camp, located five miles from the better known extermination camp of Auschwitz II (Birkenau).
1st German Goon:
But a camera? No - I can't do it - you're asking too much.
Sergant-Major Charles Coward: Alright then - I'm afraid we shall have to go to the Commandant. It's a pity.
Cole: Yes. You been trading with prisoners.
Corporal Bill Pope: And we've got three witnesses, haven't we?
1st German Goon: Now - all of you - you'll be ...
The final escape as firemen is carried out in a British right hand drive Leyland fire engine.
Opening credits: Certain of the characters depicted in this photoplay are fictitious and any similarity between such characters and actual persons is purely coincidental.
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