Frank Farr learned the hard way that a rip cord is not infallible when you have to open a parachute. He survived that lesson to spend six months in German prison camps after the "Massacre at Merseburg" Nov. 2, 1944. He notes here that young men sequestered away from all womankind don't always talk about girls. Starve them enough, and they talk about food instead. Read how World War II flyers in German prison camps passed the time (books, games music), what they talked about (food, girls and flying) and what they dreamed about (family, loved ones and freedom).