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    wallet

    (souvenirs and ephemera)

    EPH 761

    Green card and fabric wallet with “Stalag XXA” in silver-coloured lettering on the inside.

  • 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 659

    From top to bottom. Drawing of a heart pierced with an arrow with a caption reading: 'Man Marry'. Large drawing of a crucifix. Personal inscription made by Private R. Scott of the Seaforth Highlanders, Army service number 2821994, POW number...

  • 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 715

    From top to bottom. Caption reading: 'Let Me Out You Bastards'. Personal inscription/warning made by Horace Davies of the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (KOYLI). Caption reads: 'Warning; Never let your braces dangle; 3 days...

  • 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 643

    From top to bottom. Two drawings of a cross with a caption on the bottom reading: 'In Memory of ...' Inscription made by W/R (?) Taylor reading '... Taylor; 8 Days, 16 Sept 1941 (?)'. There were a number of servicemen named Taylor...

  • 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 594

    Personal inscription made by F. Close (?), left side of the photograph.. Caption reads: 'F. Close unreadable Escape 10 Days' According to 'Prisoners of War; British Army 1939-1945' publication no serviceman called Close 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 619

    Defiant inscription reading: '10 Days for Fuck All; We Can Take It'. Second personal inscription made by Private P. J. Maycock of the 2nd Battalion, Royal Norfolk Regiment, Army service number 2066112, POW number 6234. Caption reads: '...

  • 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 787

    From top to bottom. Fifth personal inscription made by Private Bernard Smith of the 4th Battalion, the Seaforth Highlanders, Army service number 2821554, POW number 20886. Caption reads: 'Hitting a German; Bernard Smith; 15 years'. Another...

  • 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 625

    From top to the bottom. Inscription reading: 'Best Ro Lewis; My Lost Love' (?) Personal inscription made by Corporal James MacDonald, 1st Battalion the Gordon Highlanders, Army service number 2873448, POW number 36495. Caption reads: '...

  • 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 774

    Very long inscription, unfortunately unreadable. 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 672

    From top to bottom. Commemoration note for Benny Bonn (?), missing in action on 20 May 1940 (?). Surname is probably incomplete as there is no record of anyone of that name on Commonwealth War Graves Commission database. Caption reading: '...

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