force-march

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force-march

(fôrs′märch′)
intr. & tr.v. force-marched, force-march·ing, force-march·es
To undertake or subject to a forced march.

[Back-formation from forced march.]
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Their worse limes came near the end of the war as the men were force-marched from camp to camp to avoid approaching Russian, British or US forces.
Captured shortly after the outbreak of the Second World War, Tommy suffered the deprivation of prison camps, was torpedoed in the Mediterranean, and was force-marched across Germany.
The star of The Great Escape was in the RAF during the conflict and his form shows how he suffered hardships while being force-marched by the Nazis.
Pleasence - who starred as a PoW in the movie The Great Escape - was an RAF bomber pilot during the conflict and his form shows how he suffered hardships while being force-marched by the Nazis, but could not identify those responsible.
He had not eaten for 12 days after being kidnapped and had been force-marched by the guerrillas.
He had not eaten for 12 days after being kidnapped and force-marched by the guerrillas.