Posted on June 6, 2019 at 5:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
A final World War II-themed post for today comes from the New York Times.
British author P.G. Wodehouse — famous, of course, for creating Wooster and Jeeves — actually spent much of the war in German custody.
He spent a year in an internment camp before being moved to a hotel in Berlin, where he stayed until 1944.
The Times looks back at Wodehouse's wartime captivity and its aftermath, through the lens of its coverage from the time.
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