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Italian Prisoners of War sit at a table at an outpost of the N.144 workers camp near London. According to the original caption, the outposts allow 70 men to live nearer to their place of work. "The outposts are miniature camps, with refectories,...
A general view of the infirmary at the N.144 workers camp near London, showing Italian PoWs in their hospital beds.
Camp doctor Lieutenant Dr Salvatore Cirillo reads as he sits in a chair beside his bed at the N.144 workers camp near London. Beside him, on a small side table, is a model of an aircraft.
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...
Cooks at work in the kitchen of the N.144 Italian workers camp near London. Piles of buckets can be seen stacked up towards the right of the photograph.
A general view of men eating in the refectory at the N.144 Italian workers camp near London. According to the original caption "at the camp there is a single refectory in which the 2000 collaborators eat in two relays. Here they eat their...
Camp chief Vezio Deon Cardin and his assistant Sergeant Major Giuseppe Alessandria relax in their small bedroom at the N.144 Italian workers camp near London.
At the N.144 Italian workers camp, near London, the famous 'Seven Dwarves' orchestra pose with their instruments on the stage under a sign reading 'Olimpia'. Amongst the musicians are: Fernando Monticelli, Maestro Aldo Morbido,...
From a BBC studio, Italian Prisoners of War Maestro Aldo Morbio and Guido Leoni take part in the weekly broadcast 'The Camp Journal' reflecting life at the N.144 workers camp near London. One of the men is playing the accordion. Two women and...
Luigi Zaccani and camp chief Vezio Deon Cardin inspect the "radiophonic plant" at the N.144 Italian workers camp near London. According to the original caption, this plant it connected to a "system of amplifiers scattered about everywhere...