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The POW documents of Private William Law, Stalag XXA.
S/Sgt Bernard Black's POW card.
A letter confirming that Private John Dunlop's name had been read out on a German radio broadcast, and a telegram from Dunlop confirming that he was home.
Telegrams confirming PFC John Ceney as being missing, a prisoner of war, and then freed.
A certificate of examinations taken by Sergeant Neville Ashley whilst at Stalag XVIIIC in December 1944.
Documents relating to the Stalag 383 Rover Scout Crew.
Three letters concerning John Tague's POW status and a Christmas Card he sent from P.G. 53.
A letter from Warrant Officer Peter Jones's Group Captain to his family, and details of his log book.
A letter to Ronald Wollaston's family confirming news of his being taken prisoner
Letters sent by Boleslaw Chrzanowski from Oflags IIC, XB and XVIIIC.
Letters confirming Fusilier John Spencer missing in action and prisoner of war status, with postcards sent home and repatriation documents.
A selection of forged passes and other documents from Oflag IVC (Colditz) and Stalag Luft III.
The Wehrpass of Hauptmann Kurt Scholtz, a Stalag VIIIC guard.
A document from BAB 21, ordering a seven day period in solitary confinement for an escape attempt.
Postcards from Stalag IXC.
A post-war letter from the Camp Hospital Interpreter at Stalag IXC to a former prisoner.
A copy of an Entlassungsschein document, which every prisoner received upon being discharged from Stalag XIB.
A document concerning payment for work carried out by Marcel De Ryck as a prisoner of war.
Examples of lagergeld: camp currency.
A cheque to pay Prisoner of War for work completed
A medical document exempting a prisoner from work because of tuberculosis.
An example of a unused postcard typical of those sent from Italian POW camps.
Documents confirming Marine Albert Mullard as missing in action, and his medical cards on admission to hospital in the UK after his repatriation.
A newspaper clipping declaring Private Charles Raney to be missing.