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Pictured: Leading Aircraftsman John Morton's flight logbook for the month of January 1944.
The widow of an RAF hero who survived two Nazi 'death marches' has sold his poignant wartime archive 76 years later.
Sergeant John Morton was captured after he jumped out of a blazing Lancaster bomber as it was shot down in a raid over Berlin.
He was taken to a PoW camp in Lithuania but was forced to march hundreds of miles west in appalling conditions as Russian allies advanced from the east.
Many of the PoWs were weak and starving and were bayoneted or shot because they could not sustain the hellish pace.