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Typical documents posted to the relatives of those declared missing or prisoners of war by Infantry Records, the Record Office, and the British Red Cross. All documents are dated late 1944, and are the property of Lance-Corporal Jack Bird and Private Bill Cotterill.
Notes declaring Private Bill Gibbard missing and then a prisoner.
Captain Robert Charter, of South Africa, posted missing June 1942.
Newspaper cuttings first announcing Private Bill Cotterill as missing, and then confirmed as a POW.
Postcards sent home by Private Bill Cotterill from Stalags XIIA, IVB, and IVF, between October 1944 and January 1945.
A letter written to Bill Cotterill by his family in November 1944, and a letter he sent home from Stalag IVF in February 1945.
A postcard from Stalag IVB.
Postcards sent from Stalag VIIIC by Thomas Bell, November 1944.
Postcards sent by Lance-Corporal David Parker from Stalags XXA and XXB, between June 1940 and September 1943.
Letters sent by Lance-Corporal David Parker from Stalags XXA and XXB.
A confirmation of Reuben Silver's POW status and a letter he wrote to his sister from Stalag XXB.
A letter sent from Britain to P.G. 148.
Letters to the relatives of POW's of the Royal Artillery, dated late 1944. Belonging to Sergeant Eric Simpson.
Documents declaring Trooper Gil Knott first missing in action, then confirmed as a POW in Italy.
A postcard and the POW details of Corporal James John Capp.
Postcards sent home by Arthur Watson from Stalags XIIB and XIB.
A postcard sent home by Lieutenant C. H. Filmer from Dulag Luft.
Two postcards sent by Corporal Henk Springer to his wife, who was also being held prisoner in Indonesia.