Wilton Park was once a secret camp for interrogating enemy generals during World War II. But it took on its true, unique role in 1946 as a training centre for German prisoners-of-war. This volume tells of its history and the extraordinary life of Heinz Koeppler, its founding father.
'An interesting, skilful and successful salute to Wilton Park's unusual history and its valuable continuing contribution.' - Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) Journal