By John Nichol and Tony Rennell.
Read by Jonathan Keeble.
It is June 1944, and the end of the war is in sight - but not for the hundreds of thousands of POWs held in camps across Germany.
1944: thousands of relatives are waiting for news from their loved ones in German POW camps.
But the prisoners face an arduous journey.
The POWs are marched into the harsh German winter, and survival becomes a battle of will.
The POWs continue to march across Germany.
An Allied victory seems ever closer, but further tragedy awaits.
Liberated at last, the POWs are looking forward to going home.
But the memory of the long forced march continues to haunt them.