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  • This will be changed as the responsible man for these stocks is the British Man of Confidence in Stalag XVIIIA, who is in contact with the different Men of Confidence in the work camps who are also responsible.

    Work Camp 945 GW

  • It includes the picture of Gunner Douglas Hill who ended up in Stalag 18A.

    Mementoes

  • Life in Stalag I found to be vastly different from the old Marburg days… no guards with black-jacks here, in fact all Germans seemed to be outside the wire and the actual running of the camp was done by ourselves.

    Thomas Hawksworth

  • I saw the commandant and requested to go up to Marlag (a marine POW camp) and he promised that several marines already in Stalag were to be sent up as soon as transport was available.

    Thomas Hawksworth

  • The fourth had been in Stalag already for a few weeks as he had suffered from dermatitis.

    Work Camp 940 GW

  • Most of the prisoners in Stalag XVIII A were French.

    History of Stalag XVIII A

  • For example, about 400 NCOs held in Stalag 18A refused to work (as was their right under the Geneva Convention).

    Roll Call

  • As the issue is now concentrated in Stalag 18A there is hope very real amelioration.

    Work Camp 1735 L

  • Accompanying Officer promised to look into the matter himself when back at the main Stalag (Wolfsberg).

    Work Camp 11030 GW

  • In December 1941 an epidemic of spot-fever and typhus broke out in Stalag XVIII A, as it did in all German prison camps.

    History of Stalag XVIII A

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