The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles
Prisoner of War
Others have tried. And died. Can Indy escape?
The Germans have Indy right where they want him—locked up!
It's World War I. Indy's been captured and marched off to a grim prison camp. He isn't behind the barbed wire long
before he's caught trying to tunnel out. The Germans send him to their most dreaded prison of all—Dusterstadt.
The ancient stone fortress is an island towering above the swirling waters of the Danube River. no one has ever
escaped—and lived! Indy's
fellow prisoner is Captain Charles de Gaulle, a born leader and brilliant strategist. together they hatch a daring
Will it bring freedom ... or death?
Young Indiana Jones—you've seen him on TV in The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, traveling the world as
a kid and a teen, encountering some of the best minds and biggest events in history. Now read about him as he tries
to slip trough the iron grip of his German captors. Based on the television episodes "The Somme, August 1916"
and "Germany, August 1916."
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Prisoner of War
Publisher: Random House Release date: 1993 ISBN: 0-679-84389-2 Adapted by: Les Martin Based on the teleplays: "The Somme, August 1916" and "Germany, August 1916" by Jonathan
Hensleigh Story by: George Lucas Directed by: Simon Wincer Young Indiana Jones Chronicles: TV-8
Dimensions: 118 pages, 13 cm x 19.5 cm More stuff:The complete cover
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