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  • POW currency, two shillings and sixpence, Great Britain

    POW currency, two shillings and sixpence, Great Britain

    (currency) Made by: HMSO 1947

    CUR 12635

    Prisoner of War (POW) Camp 78 was High Garrett Camp, near Braintree, Essex. Paper POW currency, printed by HMSO (His Majesty's Stationery Office) was introduced in 1943, and issued by the War Department. The first mass influx of POWs into Britain...

  • shoes, slippers, child's, handmade

    shoes, slippers, child's, handmade

    (souvenirs and ephemera) 1946

    EPH 32

    A pair of child's slippers, handmade from rope (in red and beige with red pom-poms) by an unidentified German prisoner of war (POW) at Mortimer Camp near Reading, Berkshire (Camp No 88), circa 1946.

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