ITALIAN PRISONERS OF WAR IN BRITAIN: EVERYDAY LIFE AT AN ITALIAN POW CAMP, ENGLAND, UK, 1945
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A group of Italian Prisoners of War, described in the original caption as the 'Stato Maggiore' or General Staff, relax at the N.144 workers camp, near London. Left to right, they are: Medical Officer Dr Salvatore Cirillo; Commander of the Camp, Colonel Hobby; Captain Gotelli (standing); Father Bazzoli, the Camp Chaplain; Major Green, assistant to Colonel Hobby; and Corporal Cocmazzi, acting as waiter.