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A british POW send home encoded messages

 

For five years a british soldier has been sending encoded messages home to his family, and finally so many years after it has been revealed what he really was about.
 
The soldier, John Pryor, was locked in a Nazi POW Camp for five years during World War 2, and now seventy years after he mailed the letters from the POW Camp a secret has been revealed.
 
Secretly the soldier has been asking for items to assist him escaping the POW Camp, the BBC reports.
 
A mathematician at Plymouth University finally found the code system used in the POW letters, and here we show a short programme segment from BBC, and maybe you one day also will be able to find some hidden messages in your collection.
 

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