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- proper n. Town in Brandenburg, Germany, on the Oder River
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This program marks the dedication of the prisoner of war cemetery at Frankfurt-an-der-Oder on 25 July 1915.
Russian POWs; at Frankfurt-an-der-Oder for Russian enlisted prisoners, at Münster I, primarily for French
The Association hall at Frankfurt-an-der-Oder officially opened on 15 February 1916.
The camp at Frankfurt-an-der-Oder was clearly an ideal location for an Association hall.
By October 1915, the YMCA had finished three huts in German prison camps at Göttingen, Crossen-an-der-Oder, and Hannoverisch-Münden, and three more were under construction in Danzig, Frankfurt-an-der-Oder, and
Despite the usual German practice of integrating Allied prisoners, all of the POWs at Frankfurt-an-der-Oder were Russian.
The IXth Corps was already en route for Glogau, and had been, in fact, since the crossing of the Elbe, but now Davout also received orders to march east from Berlin to occupy Küstrin and Frankfurt-an-der-Oder.