Advancing U.S. forces liberate the prisoners of Colditz.
An S.S. brigade assumes control of the town and castle, certain to bring death to the prisoners.
Maj. Mohn leaves Colditz when the Third Reich appears to be disintegrating.
The Kommandant prepares the British prisoners to become hostages to gain last-minute concessions.
The Gestapo places three uniformed U.S. officers in Maj. Mohn's authority.
Gambling helps Flight Lt. Jack Collins in his attempt to escape from the prison.
Capt. Andre Vaillant plans an escape during the Easter service in Colditz town.
Squadron leader Douglas Shaw plans an escape by using a glider.
An Anglo-French confrontation jeopardizes a planned escape through the well.
Three commandos are captured and brought to Colditz.
Letters to Carter's wife hold a code for British Intelligence.
The French tunnel is discovered under the chapel when another escape is successful.
A new commander's arrival seems to make direct confrontation inevitable.
Grant and Carrington evade capture several times and arrive in Switzerland.
Carter obtains vital information for the great escape from Colditz.
Lt. McDonald is killed in an attempt to escape.
A German corporal's body is discovered.
Insubordinates are sent to Leipzig.
Wing Commander Marsh feigns insanity in an attempt to escape Colditz.
Carrington tries to bribe Heller.
A traitor is sentenced to death.
Capt. Grant seizes an opportunity to escape.
Carrington's fellow prisoners dislike him.
The SS threatens to take control of Colditz.
Preston witnesses an aborted escape attempt.
The Gestapo believes Lt. Richard Player is a spy.
Flight Lt. Simon Carter's plane is shot down over Germany.
Capt. Pat Grant is held at Laufen Prison Camp.