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  • BRITISH PRISONERS OF WAR IN POLAND, 1940-1945

    BRITISH PRISONERS OF WAR IN POLAND, 1940-1945

    part of "STALAG XXA COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Gąsior, Mariusz (Photographer) 2011-12-12

    DC 651

    From top to bottom. Drawing of two crossed ladles encircled by barbed wire. Ladles divide drawing in four quarters with different piece of food/drink in each of them: cup of barley water, potato (?), water pump, plate of soup (?). Personal inscription...

  • BRITISH PRISONERS OF WAR IN POLAND, 1940-1945

    BRITISH PRISONERS OF WAR IN POLAND, 1940-1945

    part of "STALAG XXA COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Gąsior, Mariusz (Photographer) 2011-12-12

    DC 610

    Inscription: 'Royal Engineers' And another unredable one: 'This war...' Fort XI of Stalag XXA (20A) in Toruń (Thorn).

  • BRITISH PRISONERS OF WAR IN POLAND, 1940-1945

    BRITISH PRISONERS OF WAR IN POLAND, 1940-1945

    part of "STALAG XXA COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Gąsior, Mariusz (Photographer) 2011-12-12

    DC 644

    From top to bottom. Caption reading S. Head. Assuming it is a serviceman's name it could refer to Corporal J. S. Head of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (OBLI), Army service number 5333146, POW number 11782. He was imprisoned...

  • BRITISH PRISONERS OF WAR IN POLAND, 1940-1945

    BRITISH PRISONERS OF WAR IN POLAND, 1940-1945

    part of "STALAG XXA COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Gąsior, Mariusz (Photographer) 2011-12-12

    DC 645

    From top to bottom. Caption reading: '8th Bn Argyll & Sutherland Hgrs; (Princess Louise Own); THE THIN RED LINE'. Drawing of two crossed ladles encircled by barbed wire. Ladles divide drawing in four quarters with different piece of food/...

  • BRITISH PRISONERS OF WAR IN POLAND, 1940-1945

    BRITISH PRISONERS OF WAR IN POLAND, 1940-1945

    part of "STALAG XXA COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Gąsior, Mariusz (Photographer) 2011-12-12

    DC 775

    Peronal inscription, scratched directly on surface of a brick, reading probably A. Bernard. It could refer to Sapper S. G. Bernard of the Royal Engineers, Army service number 2060366, POW number 13124, imprisoned in Stalag XXA. Fort XI of Stalag XXA (...