"I just want to be alone." The explanation reads: "The camp at Heydekrug {Stalag Luft VI} was divided into three compounds, two of which contained two thousand men, whilst the third, being smaller, held just over one thousand men. The large compounds were each eight acres in area and consisted of two washrooms with latrines attached, eight small wooden huts, four being used for accommodation, the remainder for the camp office, theatre, library, stores, etc., four large blocks each divided into nine rooms (sixty men to a room), three tents (260 men) and one cookhouse. There was also one small playing field."

 

This illustration is taken from "Handle With Care" by R. Anderson and D. Westmacott, a book of sketches made by Prisoners of War.