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Margaret Warner Wilkins Email

Do you have a roommate listing? If so please email to us at South-Barrack 1-Room 10

Name of POW Lt Robert L Warner

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

Address 4708 S 43rd St

City, State, Zip Lincoln NE 68516

Robert was my Dad. Retired Air Force Lt Col.
died May 10, 1993, Centerville Ohio.

Ann Vevier Lockwood Email

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Name of POW Charles Vevier

POW camp Stalag Luft 1 Barth Germany

Address 1211 Wilderness Drive

City, State, Zip Austin, Texas 78746

My Dad, 2d. Lt. Charles Vevier of the Bronx, New York was a bombardier in the 525th Squadron of the 379th Bomb Group -- the 8th Air Force.  He was stationed in Kimbolton, England and assigned to a makeshift 9 member crew, not his regular crew, for a bombing run over Eisenach, Germany when his B-17G bomber plane was shot down by enemy flak west of the Rhine River on September 11, 1944.  He was 19-20 years old.  A family relative was doing some research and discovered the Missing Air Crew Report -- the source of some of this information.  From there, I found your wonderful website. My Dad was a POW until the liberation of Stalag Luft 1 by the Russians in May, 1945.  He did not speak much about his military service or especially his time as a POW although he did mention Henry Bengis who I believe he may have communicated with towards the end of his life.  My Dad passed away in 1995  after a distinguished career as a university professor and administrator.  His wife Marcia, his three children Ann (myself), Ellen and John and his grandchildren Charlie (his namesake) and Steven all miss him to this day.  We do not have many details about his barracks assignment or his time in the POW camp and only learned of his assignment to the North 1 compound through your website.  We would be grateful for any information anyone may have to fill in the details of my Dad's service.  To all the brave men of the Greatest Generation and their families ... our love and respect.

Susan Hartnett 

Name of POW John L Hartnett

POW camp Stalag Luft 1, North 3, Barracks 305, room 3

Address 425 S Baldwin Ave Apt B

City, State, Zip Arcadia, CA 91007

Thank you for this beautiful tribute to the young men of our "Greatest Generation", who gave us the world we have today! God bless them all.

Dorothy Jacobs,Philip C. Olsen 

Name of POW Charles P. Olsen (nickname Phil, Red)

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

Address 1402 Stoeber Ave

City, State, Zip Sarasota Fl 34232

We would be interested in hearing from anyone who knew our father.

Susanne Meinl  Email

Seeking the roommates of Robert L. Zahradnik, Richard C. Travers and gerald R. Walter, Gross-Tychow. or men who were on the "Black March" with them.

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julie kershaw Email

Name of POW Harry G Johnson

POW camp Stalag 5a Malschbach Wurtemberg 49-09

Address 2165 welch ave

City, State, Zip charleston sc 29412

Harry was my Uncle. I'm not sure what part of the camp he was in, but I'm researching that now. If anyone has any information I would love to hear about it. He was from Parsons WV Also lived in Baltimore after he returned home. His nickname was 'Bud' I have a copy of is Identity card for ex-prisoner of war.
thank you julie

Laura Murphy Email

Name of POW Clarence Murphy

POW camp Stalag Luft 1 south camp

Looking for more information on my Dad and his time in this camp. Thanks.

Rita Cummins Email

Name of POW Robert J. Thiefels

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

Address 15820 E., Broken it Rd

City, State, Zip Mayer, Az. 86333

Robert Thiefels was my first husband.  He became an architect and passed away in 1971.   He has one living daughter and three grandsons.

julius fazekas 

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Name of POW Lt. William Tate

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

City, State, Zip Tn

Recently read a group of WWII letters from the Tate family and friends. Details Bill's decision to enlist up to the point that he is released. There was enough details to make me curious to see what else I could find out about him. Many thanks to all those who have shared and worked on the various sites related to American service members and their experiences.

Joe Tiboni Email

Name of POW Phillip H. Dunn

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

Address 512 Spring

City, State, Zip Ann Arbor, MI, 48103

Thank you.

Jim Knoepffler  

Name of POW Lt. Paul E. Sundheim

POW camp Stalag Luft I

Address 799 Newcomb Road

City, State, Zip Ridgewood, NJ 07450

Enjoyed reading Lt Neuwirth's happens Paul Sundheim was my next door neighbor who he taught to use the Neubin system to play bridge and win the camp championship kid had no idea that Paul's enjoyment of playing bridge was connected to his POW days......he rarely spoke of his POW experience...remember how fascinating it was to my brother and myself when he did share the time after his P-51 was shot down over Holland and he was trying to hide when all of sudden German soldiers were pointing guns at him....also got the impression he went through a rough interrogation process prior to arrival at the camp...Uncle Paul as we called him was a great neighbor...the other interesting thing was a guy named William (Bill) Friedberg ran a store in next town over  (I grew up in Bayport, NY) was also in the same camp and think was housed in same part of camp...they recognized each other about 20 years later!

Lori E. Cole Email

Name of POW Harry I. Kantor

Address 1619 Northfield Rd.

City, State, Zip Northfield, ME 04654

Not sure Hal was in Stalag Luft 1; however, one of the guys on his plane (which went down over Twirstringen 12/31/44) is listed as having been there, so it seems likely.  Would love confirmation.  He would have been there through May '45.

Donna J Smith Email

Name of POW Lt John E. Smith-Pilot

POW camp Stalag Luft I, Barth, Germany

Address 2401 Deermouse Way

City, State, Zip Hendersonville, NC 28792

My father Lt John E. Smith was in the South Compound, Barrack 4, Room 24 and then North Compound I, Barrack 1, Room 14. His roommates are listed in his Red Cross Journal and I emailed their names. One of his roommates in the South Compound was Lr Linn C. Stuckenbruck who had taken color photos of the camp. The color photos by him are on this website and I just found my father in one of the photos. There's a photo of 4 men standing side by side in the camp and my father John E. Smith is the 2nd from the right with his hands in his pocket. Imagine my excitement in finding this photo and recognizing him right away. My Dad would have been thrilled. He always spoke fondly of his friends and roommates in the camp. What honorable men they all were. I'm grateful for all of the hard work the people maintaining this site have done.

Gregory Abel Email

Name of POW Richard Abel

POW camp Stalag Luft 4

Address 212 S 2nd St

City, State, Zip Farmersburg , IN

My father and me talked a lot about his time as a POW . Dad passed has passed away but I hope these men are never forgotten .

Donna J. Smith  Email

Name of POW 2nd Lt John E. Smith

POW camp Stalag I, Barth, Germany

Address 2401 Deermouse Way

City, State, Zip Hendersonville, NC 28792

My father 2nd Lt John E. Smith was the co-pilot of a B-25 Bomber and was shot down during a mission on November 17, 1943 over Kalamaki Aerodrome, Athens, Greece. Only he and the Pilot, John D. O'Leary survived. The 4 other crew members were killed at the time of impact. I recently found the declassified daily logs for the 340th Bombardment Group, 486th squadron which gave the story of my father's capture. The Greek Underground found the pilot and my father who was wounded. Since my father was wounded they allowed him to be captured by the Germans so he could receive medical care. The pilot was taken away by the Greek Underground and it took 2 months before he returned to base to give an accounting of the mission, all of the crew had been designated as Missing In Action. My mother received her first telegram from the War Department in December,1943 and the next telegram was on January 4, 1944 stating he was a POW. He remained a POW until May 1, 1945 when the camp was liberated and then was sent to Camp Lucky Strike in Le Havre, France. He was returned home to NY on June 22, 1945. My father had been assigned to the North Compound at Stalag I. He like so many others didn't talk much about what it was like at the camp but one time he did speak at a family occasion what it was like to be gliding down in a parachute, wounded and German planes surrounding him and waiting for them to open fire. I have quite a few of the War Department Telegrams, his letters between him and my Mom and other family members. They offer a glimpse into the history of the world at war and the honor these men carried with them. Many of the letters are heartbreaking and you almost feel guilty for reading such private thoughts. He didn't write very much in the journal provided by the Rec Cross and I now wonder why. There are so many questions I wish I had asked. One of the things he saved was a single "Red Poppy", it's pressed dry in a white envelope upon which he had printed "Flanders Field, France". I can close my eyes and picture him as a young but weary man standing in a field of Red Poppies and looking out to sea towards home, knowing he was free and should soon be back with his wife and family. He had survived when so many of his friends hadn't. My family had many career military and it has been an honor to have known them all. They sacrificed much for us.

Jeanette Feeney Email

Name of POW Paul D. Guiteras

POW camp Stalag Luft 3

Address 168 N. Ivy Ave

City, State, Zip Monrovia, CA 91016

My Uncle, Paul D. Guiteras is listed in stalag Luft 3.  He was a  bombadiar with the 85th bomb group.He was shot down over Munster Oct. 10 1943.  POW for 21 months.. I am just starting to piece together his history.  I see that Bill Guiteras my cousin has posted in 2000.     thought I would also to see if new information or more information may come forth.  <3

Sally E Cooney Email

Name of POW George Evens

POW camp Stalag Luft I

Block II - Room 11

Not sure whether you're looking for my address or my father's address.  He was originally from Hadley, New York.

Valerie Lemanski Holley Email

Name of POW 1st Lt Richard F. lemanski

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

Address 8506 Wilding Ct

City, State, Zip Tampa Fl 33634


Valerie Lemanski Holley Email

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Name of POW 1st. Lt Richard F. Lemanski

POW camp Stalag Luft I

Address 8506 Wilding

City, State, Zip Tampa Fl 33634


1st. Lt Richard F. Lemanski
Completed 11 missions to Ludwigshaven, Brunswick, Wilhelmshaven, Frankfort, Rostock, Poznan, Belgium, French and Polish objectives. Shot down by ME 109s on the mission to Berlin on 8 March 1944 in B-17 #4231576. Spent 20th and 21st birthdays and fourteen months as a Prisoner of War (POW) in Stalag Luft 1 in Barth, Germany. Was the youngest pilot in the 96th Bomb Group and probably in the 8th AF. Although some seriously injured, all crew members survived to return home safely. Crew was credited with many fighter kills.

Richard M. Connelly Email

Name of POW Claude B. Connelly

POW camp Stalag IIB and Arbeitskommando

City, State, Zip Minnesota

My father served with the 45th Infantry Division, 180th Regiment, Co., G and was captured on February 19, 1944 at Anzio after being knocked on conscious from artillery fire.  He was transported north at first to Stalag VIIA and then by April he was transported to Stalag IIB in Hammerstein, Pomerania and then to an Arbeitskommando in the small hamlet of Hasseln with other American POW's...named Ranger Joe Bero, Joe Schumer and John Scalise, all of which had been captured in the Italian campaign.  In January of 1945 they marched in subzero weather in blizzards from Pomerania to Stettin, then crossed the Oder River and marched through Waren, Neubrandenburg and eventually to Lauenburg on the Elbe where the 82nd Airborne Division was along with some British units. I have more details from my talks with my dad and his friends.  If anyone has more interest feel free to write me. 

Margaret HENIGMAN 

Name of POW Clarence Frank Henigman

POW camp Stalag Luft 3

City, State, Zip B.C. Canada

Looking for any living ex-prisoners oof war or records of Stalag Luft 3 from 1942 until liberation, who may have known my dad.

Shauna MacLeod Email

Name of POW H.M. MacLeod

POW camp Stallag Luft 1

My Grandfather, Harold M. MacLeod was in Stallag Luft 1 South Barrack 10 Room 13 at the end of WW II.

Chris Email

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Name of POW Sgt. Cecil Kenneth Bays

POW camp Italy?

Address 2232 Suncrest Vlg. Ln.

City, State, Zip Gray, TN 37615

Need information pertaining to my Uncle who captured in Italy and detained as a POW for 3 months. I have no idea hat camp he was in? Any help would be appreciated.

Martha Breen Email

Name of POW Robert Allen (Bucko) Kenny

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

Address 3802-2181 Yonge St.,

City, State, Zip Toronto, ON Canada M4S 3H7

My Father, Robert Allen (Bucko) Kenny from Buckingham Quebec and Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, was a F/O pilot, shot down over Arnham, captured there and then marched through the Netherlands to the German border. From there he was sent to Stalag Luft 1 for the remainder of the war.

If anyone has any information on my father and his experience in Stalag Luft 1 , I would be grateful to hear from from you.

Martha (Kenny) Breen

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Geoff Packham 

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Name of POW Geoff H Packham

POW camp Stalag Luft 1, South, Barrack 10 Room 11

Address Nuns Walk

City, State, Zip Virginia Water, England

DOB 01/27/22

Steven Amar Email

Name of POW Henry (Harry) R. Amar

POW camp Luft Stalag 1 - North 2 Barrack 9 Rm. 3

Address 7409 Cinnabar Terrace

City, State, Zip Gaithersburg, MD 20879


Dad went to be with the Lord in September of 2000. He was so proud to have served with his brave brothers in arms and so honored to have fought for his country.  We would love to hear from anyone who knew him.

Kathy Nissen Email

Name of POW Leland Story

POW camp Stalaf Luft 6, 4, 3, Nurnberg 13D and Moosberg 7A

Address 15

My father didnt talk about his experiences until late  in his life but then had a full page write up in the local paper as well as his story printed in VIP Pilot by Albert T Keeler. He spent 15 mo in the prison camps and was the last surviving member of his crew. He died at 93 on May 29, 2015. 4 of his crew bailed out and the others perished as the plane landed in the Zuider Zee.

Josie Grus Dwyer Email

Do you have a roommate listing? If so please email to us at North 3 - Barracks 5 (Block 305) - Room 13)

Name of POW Louis J. Grus

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

Hello All,

Louis J. Grus was my Dad. He left us on October 26, 1993 to be with our Father in heaven.

He was assigned to the 564th Squadron of the 389th Bombardment Group, Eighth Air Force, in England.
He was a navigator aboard a B-24 Liberator Heavy Bomber, and was shot down over Germany on December 2, 1944.

His location at the POW camp was North 3 - Barracks 5 (Block 305) - Room 13.

If anyone knew my Dad, I would love to hear from you! My email is

I think this website is such a wonderful gift, and way of reaching out to one another.

Peace of Christ,
Josie Grus Dwyer

Robert NorthArmstrong Email

Name of POW 2 Lt John E. Armstrong

POW camp Stalag Luft 1 - North 1

Address 1059 Brightwood Drive

City, State, Zip Aiken, SC 29803

2Lt John Armstrong was my uncle.  He was captured March 8, 1944 and liberated May 7, 1945.  He passed away on December 24, 2015. 

Marie Dillon Email

Name of POW Lt. John J. Farley Jr.

POW camp Stalag Luft I

I am the great niece of Lt. John J. Farley. I have learned more about his military service from this site than I did during his lifetime, and I am grateful for that. Please continue to share.

Jim Wold Email

Name of POW George E. Wold

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

Address 4645 Ewing Ave.

City, State, Zip Minneapolis, Minnesota

P.O.W. North Compound 2 final 7 months. 

Pamela Pine Winslow Email

Name of POW Peter Robert Ian Pine

POW camp several

Address 7344 Millbrook Ave.

City, State, Zip Norfolk, Va., 23505

My father rarely spoke about his war experiences, especially of his 4 years in POW camps.  It is becoming less and leas likely that my siblings and I will learn any more about them.

Arthur Andrew ormsby 

Name of POW George Richard ormsby

POW camp Luft 1 barth germany

Address 8637 hickory dr. , apt d

City, State, Zip Sterling heights , mi 48312

Son of Sgt. George r. Ormsby 603rd sqdn 398th b.g. ,waist gunner b-17g n7l .shot down march 15,1945 oranienburg "Kitty Kay" pilot Andrew Thomas k.I.a.,radioman Anthony buddes k.I.a.,28th combat mission.


Do you have a roommate listing? If so please email to us at It is already posted - South, Block 2, room 3

Name of POW Ed Davidson

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

Address #301 8860 Villa LaJolla Dr.

City, State, Zip La Jolla,, CA 92037

I have visited and shared your website with many others.
Always good to come back again.
I have some photos of the memorial that was in place in 1992 when I visited Barth; it is different from the one there now.
Please see our local website - for more info about me and my airplane "Little Girls".Also the home page has my story "50 years".
Ed Davidson Sept 11, 2016

Vonnie (Gragg) Anderson Email

Name of POW Sunny Jim Gragg

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

Sunny Jim Gragg is my paternal grandfather. He was in the North 1 Compound, barrack 11, room 16.

I would like to be more info. Anything anyone can provide.

We have his journal from the last few days there after the Nazis had deserted the camp in 1945.

Gary Isaacs Email

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Name of POW Norman F. Isaacs

POW camp Stalag Luft #1---Block 305-North 3

Address 112 35th ave nw

City, State, Zip Gig Harbor, WA 98335

I have my Father's POW Diary of his time in
Stalag Luft #1 from Jan. 23, 1945 till his release
in May of 1945.  I have a list of his B-17 crew and his roommate's from Room 2-Block 305- North 3.

He was a Navigator on B-17's from the 388th Bomb Group of the 560th Squadron.  Shot down on a mission over Hamburg on Dec. 31st, 1944.

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Larry H Case Email

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Name of POW Rodolph Case

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

Address 110 Sandstone Drive

City, State, Zip Brandon, Ms. 39047

My brother Rudy kept a diary while in prison camp and I happen to be reading through it  a few days ago and I came across something very interesting. He wrote in his diary about a German Guard shooting a prisoner who went to retrieve a ball which had gone into the no man's land which is an area of ground between the prisoners and the wire fence in the prison yard. Although the airman had asked permission to retrieve the ball a tower guard shot him anyway and then a few days later the same guard beat a prisoner with his rifle butt. This scene was part of the movie "The Great Escape" with Steve McQueen and is indicated in one of the notes in your web that this all took place in Stalag Luft III. However, Rudy has written about it in his diary which he made while in prison camp at Stalag Luft I. His diary is now in the WWII Museum in Camp Shelby In Hattisburg, Ms. where there is a display about Rudy and his life in prison. There is also a short story in a book called "Ted's traveling Circus" about his plane being shot down. Rudy was a part of this Bomber group and he was shot down during the Big Week which was the turning point in WWII for air superiority over Europe. If you would like I can send you a copy of his diary as it has been typed up by the Museum as best as they could decipher his writing and I have a copy. I also wonder if the movie Stalag 17 was about Stalag Luft I as Rudy used to talk about all the tunnels they dug and they all made wooden dinner ware to eat with so they could use the metal knives, forks, and spoons that were issued by the Germans as their digging tools. If you have any information relative to these prison camps please let me know as all the stories he told when he came back from the war are so similar to both movies. I have watched them both over and over. There was an interesting TV program just this past week about the P-51 fighter and the important part it played during the Big Week to escort the bombers to and from their targets. Still some did not make it back. The program was put on by National Geographic. I love your web site and I think it is the best on the web regarding the WWII prisoners of war. Please let me hear from you about the camps. Thanks, Larry H Case

Matt Wood Email

Researching history of 576 Sqn RAF, some of whose airmen were interned in SL1.
Pls contact me if you have any details... thank you!

Robin Stanton Email

Name of POW Edwin M Stanton

POW camp Stalag Luft 1 Barrack 8 room 2

Address 6830 227th Lane Ne

City, State, Zip Stacy, Mn 55079

My father was a B17 Pilot shot down over Germany I believe in 1944. All on his plane survived, except the Gunner. I know that one crew member reached out to him about a year before he passed on (1980) After the war he went on to work for Honeywell in the Aerospace industry. He worked as a Honeywell Field Support person in support of the first Mariner Mars program with NASA, and was a group leader on Honeywell's development of the first Ring Laser Gyro.

Kathy Lund 

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Name of POW Cyril Patrick Cummings

POW camp I think Stalag Luft

City, State, Zip Lodi wi 53555

My Dad was POW for 9 months in WWII He never talked about it til the last year of his life. He told me some things that I could never fathom being done to humans. He was very proud of his service and the flag meant everything to him. He passed away on Feb. 16,1997. I would love to get as much info about his service record so it can be passed on to our children and grandchildren.
Please contact me if you have any ?'s.
Thank You.
Kathy Lund

Carl Nance Email

Name of POW James W. Nance (hometown was Victoria, Texas)

POW camp Stalag Luft I/North 3 Compound, Barrack 5, Rm12

Address 2650 Cedar Springs Rd., Apt 6641

City, State, Zip Dallas, TX 75201

My Dad, James W. Nance, was a 2nd Lt. In the U.S. Army Air Corp during WWII. He flew a P-47 Thunderbolt in bombing missions over Germany while a member of the 379th Fighter Squadron/362nd Fighter Group. In late December, 1944, during the Battle of the Bulge, while making strafing run over the marshalling yards at Weilerbach, his aircraft was shot down by enemy anti-aircraft fire. My Dad was on the run for several days trying to reach France. However, he was caught by a German Army Officer within just a mile of the French border and was escorted to Stalag Luft I. He remained a POW there until the camp was liberated by the Russians on April 30, 1945.

Marjorie Jones McBride Email

Name of POW Lt. Robert Fisher Jones

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

Address 3 Avenir Ct

City, State, Zip Bristol, RI 02809

My father was a bombardier who was shot down over the English Channel. He was a POW with C Ross Greening and after the war he received the book that was published by Greening, containing his artist's rendering of stories told at the camp. I have 8 of those plates with handwritten notes. The were in my Dad's office until he died. I'd like to donate them but don't know where to go. His last duty station was the USAFA so I suppose they should go there.

James Reid Email

Name of POW Robert E. Reid

POW camp Barth

My dad was a B-17 pilot and was shot down on Sept 12, 1944 and was a pow for @ 9 months in Barth, I am not sure of stalag or any other info. I believe there was another Robert Reid in the camp at the same time, but he was from Virginia, and my dad was from Rhode Island.

John W Sherwood Email

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Name of POW 1st Lt. Thomas Paxton Sherwood

POW camp Stalag Luft I

Address 1060 Brighton Drive

City, State, Zip Seven Valleys PA 17360

Dad was a pilot with Lt. Mullane and shotdown April 13, 1944 over Schweinfurt on his 25th mission in "Our Desire".  He was with the 8th AAF 381st Group 535th Sq. He was liberated from Stalag Luft I May 1945.  He wrote four diary/notebooks while in Stalag Luft I which I have and that I have digitized (among other artifacts).  Feel free to contact me and share your interest.


Michael Murphy 

Name of POW Lt. Patrick J Murphy

POW camp Stalag One

My father was a POW of Stalag One for 18 months. Wondering if any of his colleagues remember him - he passed in 1980.

Melanie Jeske Email

Name of POW James Patrick Hill

POW camp Stalag 1

My Uncle James Patrick Hill was part of the 456th Bombardment Group.  He was a waist gunner on B 24 and was shot down in Hungary -  He was sent to the Hospital Karoly Boulevard Budapest Hungary but the hospital was bombed and he  was then sent to Stalag 1.  However, the last record I can find of him is the time he spent in the Hungarian Hospital..... If anyone has information of James Patrick Hill in Stalag 1 I would be very appreciative.   Thank You

Brad Coutts Email

Name of POW Gilbert Craik Coutts

POW camp Stalag 12A & D

Address 127 Lakeside Drive

City, State, Zip Dryden Ontario

My father just recently pasted away. He was with the Winnipeg Rifles during WW2 and was captured a couple of days after D-Day. I am looking for any information that anyone can provide on these two camps. I would like to visit the sites in the near future.
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