World War Two history buffs should get today's Geo Quiz. We're looking for the name of a town in Poland that was the site of the "Stalag Luft III" prisoner-of-war camp. Model of the Stalag Luft III campModel of the Stalag Luft III camp It was the scene of a daring break-out that inspired the movie "The Great Escape." 76 Allied prisoners escaped from the Nazi camp in March 1944. Most were later recaptured and many were killed. Stalag Luft III, Poland. Harry Tunnel. Scene of the "Great Escape" by allied POWs in March 1944.: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:VorwerkStalag Luft III, Poland. Harry Tunnel. Scene of the "Great Escape" by allied POWs in March 1944.: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Vorwerk Historian Howard Tuck says the town isn't forgetting its past. ?It's the moderate sized town which lies just over the German Polish border in what used to be the German province of Silesia it's trying to develop tourism around the prison camp and around Great Escape. Currently a team of 40 Royal Air Force officers and men are reconstructing a barrack from the Great Escape on the site of the museum.? First take a crack at naming this town in western Poland... We wanted you to name a town in western Poland for our Geo Quiz today. It was the site of a Nazi prison camp during World War Two -- the one featured in the movie "The Great Escape." The answer is Żagań, Poland. Model of the Stalag Luft III campModel of the Stalag Luft III camp Military historian Howard Tuck has written about the camp and its survivors. Listen to the interview:

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