Colditz


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Colditz

a town in E Germany, on the River Mulde: during World War II its castle was used as a top-security camp for Allied prisoners of war; many daring escape attempts, some successful, were made
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He said: "Some 95% of people in the UK have heard of Colditz and the prisoner of war camp.
Lifestyle factors such as eating a healthy diet, maintaining a healthy weight and exercising, in addition to not smoking, can have a significant impact on reducing cancer risk," Colditz said.
His misbehaviour meant he was eventually sent to Oflag IV-C, better known as Colditz Castle.
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A FORMER Colditz prisoner's paintings of his wartime jail have been turned into postcards.
Escape from Colditz (Channel 4, tomorrow, 9pm) * EVERYBODY with even the most rudimentary knowledge of the Second World War will be aware of Colditz.
Colditz, MD, PhD, and coauthors at Washington University conclude that we now have the knowledge to bring about wide-scale prevention of a disease estimated to kill 577,190 men and women this year in the United States alone.
Infamous as the PoW camp our boys were trying to escape from, Colditz Castle has become a hot summer break.
Colditz Castle, a Renaissance period castle in the town of Colditz near Leipzig, in Germany, is drawing a huge number of British visitors.
Colditz, associate director of prevention and control at the Siteman Cancer Center, said.
Punters should take no prisoners when steaming into a peak-form Colditz, who can compete off an attractive hurdles mark compared to his chase rating at Ffos Las tomorrow, while Bury can do exactly that to an Exeter outfit still without an away goal this season.
Combine this with stunning Meissen porcelain and the infamous Colditz Castle, and you have a varied and fascinating tour.