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Peggy Gilkey Email
01/04/15

Name of POW Charles Jr. Hankins

POW camp stalag 11B Fallingbostel, Prussia Work Camp 53-09

Address 409 Hillcrest Dr.

City, State, Zip Newburgh, IN.

Comments:
Thank you for this wonderful website.
I hope someone might help me with information on my uncle Charles Hankins.
I know that he was inducted at Ft. Benjamin Harrison Dec. 1943 then transferred to Field Artillery Training Center at Ft. Sill, Okla. for basic training.
In Feb. 1945 his father was informed in a message from the War Department that Charles was missing in action somewhere in Belgium.
Then in a letter written in his own handwriting received by the family after the War Department message
he advised them that he was a prisoner of war, it came from a German prison camp, dated Jan. 21, 1945.
In Dec. 1945 he was discharged from service at Ft. Knox, Ky.
This is all information from my mother before her death, and all I have.
Could someone tell me how to get more information on him or his service record, he died in 1968.
Hopefully someone will remember him and write me I would enjoy hearing from you...
We owe our Veterans so much for the job that they have done..


More info....CHARLES HANKINS JR, Army-Infantry-Special Troops, Enlisted Oct., 1943.Captured Feb 1945 by German Troops and held at Stalag 11 B Fallingbostel Prussia - Work Camps 53-09. The camp did not have barricks, and he was held in a hole, 

I am reposting this as my email address has changed.  Hoping to connect with someone who knows more about this.  Thanks!


Michael Nel Email
01/02/15

Name of POW CJ Nel

POW camp Oflag XIIB, Hadamar.

Address P O Nqutu, Zululand. via Dundee

City, State, Zip South Africa

Comments:
Son of CJ Nel, looking for any information on my dad.  He was in the South African Police. Went to North Africa and captured at Toburk and was POW at OFLAG XIIB.  Have his Wartime Log which has many names and addresses of people that signed it and stunning poems and drawings / paintings that I would like to share.

Kind regards,
Mike
+27 82 466 7762 (South African cell number)


Larry Kraus Email
12/31/14

Name of POW Robert E Kraus

POW camp North 1 - Barrack 8 Room 14 "Melnik's Mystics"

Comments:
My father was a B-24 Pilot shot down over Germany. He passed away on April 3, 2012 at the age of 91.


Cheryl Email
12/27/14

Name of POW Raby Dawson Ficklin

POW camp luft1

Address 11326 Woodlore Ave

City, State, Zip Denham Springs Louisiana 70726

Comments:
Just looking at prisoner of war information on my dad, Raby Dawson Ficklin


Janet Eilbeck Email
12/26/14

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Name of POW Sydney Brown

POW camp Stalagluft 1, Barth

Comments:
Is anyone planning a commemoration of the liberation 70 years ago this year? I would like to visit the sites at the anniversary time and it would be great to time it to some events.


Donna Riddick Email
12/23/14

Name of POW McDonald Lowe Riddick (Don or Donnie)

POW camp Stalag Luft 1, Barth

Address 5714 SW Winthrop St.

City, State, Zip Seattle, WA, 98116

Comments:
I am Don's daughter. Dad passed on in 2000. I am considering visiting Barth.  Is there anything left of the camp? I see a mention of a museum.  Is there still a museum?


Neita Montague Email
12/19/14

Name of POW Lt. Henry L. Francis

POW camp Stalag Luft I and IV

Address 7840 Tamra Dr

City, State, Zip Reno, NV 89506

Comments:
I found a newspaper clipping about Lt. Henry Francis, my great uncle, missing and am just starting research as to whether he made it back to Texas or not!


Molly Marshall Email
12/14/14

Name of POW Paul L. Marshall Jr.

POW camp Stalug 1 South

Comments:
My grandpa has passed. However when I was little I remember other ex-POWs coming to his house. If anyone has any info on him please email. His sons would enjoy it. Thank you!


John Frencho Email
12/11/14

City, State, Zip Columbus Oh 43231

Comments:
I was the navigator in the 324th bomb squadron. We were among the first to arrive at Barth to rescue the English and American POWs. My story may be interesting as others have left off the first day of the mission. If anyone has an interest in hearing about it please email me at jfrencho@columbus.rr.com. I flew the Lady Frieda DF-P. I am interested in what POWs we brought back. I had 8-10 in the nose with me. Also if you have questions about the B17 g I can help.
Sincerely
John

PS I was in Bill Steffens group.


Nicola Mckay Email
12/09/14

Name of POW Lachlan Mckay RNZAF

POW camp Stalag Luft I Barth

Address Central Hawkes Bay

City, State, Zip New Zealand

Comments:
So nice to find your website


Penny Johnson Marchiel Email
11/30/14

Name of POW Witold Marchiel

POW camp Unknown - near Kulmbach

Comments:
I am looking for information about my father in law who was in the Polish army, as a prisoner of war, worked on a farm near Kulmbach Bavaria Germany


Robert Trewhitt Email
11/30/14

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Name of POW F/O John (Jack 'Pop') Cordner

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

City, State, Zip Stockton on Tees

Comments:
Hello
I too am trying to contact Helga Radau. Any help would be appreciated.


Frank S.Brincat Jr. Email
11/29/14

Name of POW Frank S. Bincat

POW camp stalag luft xv11 b and luft v6

Comments:
was wondering if anyone has any information about my father and his crew mates ,aboard Satans Sister b-17. he was shot down 12/30/1943! thanks


Pete Cavan Email
11/22/14

Name of POW Robert Cavan

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

Address 157 Brookfield Dr

City, State, Zip Oxford, MI, 48371

Comments:
My father was in Stalag Luft  1 , North 2 Compound, Barrack 7, Room 13 from about March 19, 1945 until freedom.


Janine James Email
11/18/14

Name of POW Lt. James Edward Barbour

POW camp Stalag Luft 1 North 2 7rm 3

Address 1525 E Woodland Dr

City, State, Zip Dalton Gardens Id 83815

Comments:
My father, James Barbour, was shot down on his 26th mission.  He was able to hide for 3 days before capture.  His nickname was Hogan.  He also talked about eating a cat, and chewing the bones and sticking them between the floor boards.  When the camp was liberated, he went with the Russian forces because he "wanted to feel a horse under him again".  He never talked about his time in camp, except for the cat, and he never talked about fighting with the Russians, except that they were dedicated to defeating the Germans for what had been done to their country.  I would like to know more of what happened to him while he was in Germany.


Melody Money Email
11/17/14

Name of POW Frank M Burford

POW camp Stalag 4b

Address 30150 St Hwy 67

City, State, Zip 80863

Comments:
Come to find out my dad was quite the war hero. I never knew anything about his service till I started digging on-line. He served with the 90th Division, 357 Infantry. The Tough 'Ombres. He was awarded the silver star per General Order 35 and the after action report was made into a cartoon to sell war bonds. I have received some of his medals including a purple heart but I have no information on that. I would also like to get enough information to get his POW medal.


William L. Kincheloe Email
11/11/14

Name of POW Lt. William Paul Farris

POW camp Stalag Luft - 1, North-2 Compound

Address Deceased

Comments:
During two decades of working with "Bill" Farris (1955-1975), he finally allowed me to read his "kriegie book" - a journal he had kept while a guest of the Luftwaffe ar StalagLuft-1. I have just found this source on the web and wish to learn more about "Beautiful Barth on the Baltic. While Bill was resident there, I was in CONUS serving in the Army Airways Communications Service.This Veteran's Day I am working on a "History Chip" in memory of Bill's tales.


Paul V. Shepherd Sr Email
11/11/14

Name of POW Shepherd William Paul (Shephard W P Sgt. Pittsburgh PA)

POW camp Luft Stalag 1 Compond 3. Col Gabreski CO.

Address 366 Myers Rd

City, State, Zip Vandergrift, PA. 15690-8233

Comments:
Father was there Feb 45 to Liberation.


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marc smilen Email
11/03/14

Name of POW Lester Strew

POW camp somewhere in the pacific

Comments:
Forgive me for leaving an entry about the Pacific Theater of War.  But maybe somebody has archives to look this up.   The POW was Lester Strew.  allegedly he was part of a B-25 Bomber crew.  Then he was a POW.  somehow he was liberated, and in 1944 he joined the AACS, the Army Airways Communications System.    Please help me solve the mystery.   


Sara audas Email
10/30/14

Name of POW albert william harrison harlow british 1st airborne

Comments:
i have an original black and white photo of a pow camp ww2 with sign SENIOR ALLIED OFFICER COL C. W. STARK AM.THEN UNDERNEATH THAT F/L P.W. GILPIN BR. ROOM 1 THERE ARE 3 MEN IN THE PHOTO ONE IN THE MIDDLE IS GERMAN MY LATE GRANDFATHER ALBERT WILLIAM HARRISON HARLOW WAS WITH THE FIRST AIRBORNE WW2 HE WAS CAPTURED TWICE AND SENT TO TWO DIFFERENT CAMPS HIS STORY CAN BE FOUND AT http://www.PARADATA.UK HE WAS MID ANDDSO HYE WAS A CHAPLAI8N WHO HELPED A COL WARRACK ESCAPE IN ARNHEM OPERATION MARKET GARDEN HIS SORY IS VERY MOVING HE WAS HIGHLY REGARDED HE ALSO SERVED IN WW1 WITH THE AIF 3RD AMBULANCE CORE PLEASE CONTACT ME I CAN SENDU A COPY OF THE PHOTO HE DIED IN 1966 AGED 74 REGARDS SARA AUDAS FROM AUSTRALIA


juan san miguel Email
10/30/14

Name of POW martin san miguel

POW camp camp 013

Address 276 cr 4315

City, State, Zip lampasas texas 76550

Comments:
my dad name was martin san Miguel, his servies # was 38560512.he was capture in nancy france, in oct 1944.he was hail as a prisoner of war, in Germany.i would like to see picture of the prison camp, where my dad was.


Rick Kaufman 
10/25/14

Name of POW John A. (Jack) Barrett

Address 3214 Evergreen Rd

City, State, Zip Ames, IA 50014

Comments:

I am looking for surviving kin of John A. (Jack) Barrett, who was navigator on "Penny's Thunderhead," (614th Squadron, 401st Bomb Group), on 11 Dec 1943.  John was one of two men who became POW after bailing out of the aircraft piloted by my father, Richard H. (Dick) Kaufman.

I have seen a jpg of a postcard sent to his family on this site, and have hopes that I can reach a family member.


Gurbinder Singh Dhillon Email
10/20/14

Name of POW Chanan Singh Dhillon

POW camp Stalag XIIA

Address India

City, State, Zip Delhi

Comments:
My father was an Indian soldier and was serving in the Bengal Sappers (41, Field Park Coy Engg 8th Army) when he was taken prisoner on 29-JUN-1942 16:57 near ALTABA AIRPORT (BETWEEN MERSA MATRUH AND EL-ALAMEIN).

He was held for some  time at Stalag XIIA (Limburg an der Lahn). I have 2 pictures of him from the camp and also a Stalag pass.

He retired as a Lt.Col. from the Indian army and passed away in September 2013.

He used to tell us stories of instances of his solitary confinement, and I remember the following:
1. The Italians almost shot the British officers who refused to take up manual work details (this was in Alexandria, and were save by a German Officer whose happened to be passing by in his staff car

2. The ship on which he was being transported to Italy was torpedoed by a British submarine about 2 hours (I hope may memory recall is good). Of the 700 Indian POW's on board, he was one the approx. 45 who made it out in time. He wad adrift with another soldier and they clutched a piece of wreckage for about 4 hours, during which time the other soldier lost his grip and went under. My father was picked up by Italian patrol boats around 1930 hrs that evening.

3. They were kept in Italy for a while but transported to Germany when the Allied invasion of Italy was underway.

4. He told us of handing out their share of Cigarettes from Red Cross parcels to men of other nationalities - he was a Sikh and did not smoke or drink.

5. He was designated as the Chief-man-of-confidence appointed by the International Red Cross, Geneva who was responsible for the welfare of POWs. I assume this was Stalag XIIA.

6. A number of articles appeared about him over a period time. Here are some links which may be interesting to go thru:

http://www.tribuneindia.com/2005/20050109/spectrum/main5.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chanan_Singh_Dhillon

http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2002/nov/06/britishidentity.military (He was on the cover)

I will be grateful if anyone who was with him can share stories of that time. I am also interested to know if his name appears on POW Lists for the camp.

I also intend to go to Stalag XIIA to get a first hand view of the place he spent 2 years (approx.) of his life.

Any link to resource to help me understand how to make my visit productive will be gratefull accepted and acknowledged.

Yours,
GS Dhillon
Son of Lt. Col. Chanan Singh Dhillon
India
+91 9810002727


ed maxbauer 
10/14/14

Do you have a roommate listing? If so please email to us at stalagluftone@hotmail.com father was POW in this camp

Name of POW albert r. maxbauer

POW camp stalagluftone

Address 606 jefferson st

City, State, Zip mancelona michigan 49659

Comments:
father was in this camp . i was told he shot his way out of the camp and escaped. he brought the gun back that he took from the guard. trying to verify this. and looking for the rest of the B-17 squadron. and surviveing members.


Jamie Roper 
10/14/14

Name of POW Jack A Roper

POW camp Stalag Luft III

Address 42 Gladstone Road

City, State, Zip Asheville, NC 28805

Comments:
My father, Jack A Roper, was a navigator on a B-24, shot down April 29, 1944 and liberated on April 29, 1945.  He maintained a Red Cross diary which my mother has kept.  He arrived at the camp, two weeks after the Great Escape.


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Stephen Chapman Email
09/27/14

Name of POW Carl Haley Chapman

POW camp Stalag Luft I

Address 8934 Quail Run Drive

City, State, Zip Wesley Chapel, FL 33544

Comments:
In the Group Photo # 23, the man in the center is my father, Carl H. Chapman.  He was the Bombadier on a B-24, serial # 42-95371, MACR 6819, shot down near Floridsdorf, Austria on July 8, 1944, and subsequently captured and sent to Stalag Luft I.  My deepest gratitude to your website for providing me with the only photograph I have from this period of my father's life.


Pete Fox 
09/27/14

Comments:
Met Paul and Helen for the first time last weekend. Enjoyed talking with them and hearing their life stories.


Edward E Kolb Email
09/16/14

Name of POW Edward L Kolb

Address 148 Kimberly lane

City, State, Zip Easley,S.C. 29642

Comments:
Thank you for this site.I have my Dad's POW papers and I am trying to get them translated now when that happens I will get all the information.
Thank You
Ed Kolb


DAVID FREDERICK PRESTON Email
08/23/14

Name of POW Gunner EH Preston

POW camp Stalag XI-B Fakkingbostel

City, State, Zip Darlington, Co.Durham England

Comments:
Hi there, my father was a gunner in the Royal Artillery( Light Anti- Aircraft) & was captured at Tobruk in 1942; he came to XI-B from the Italian camp 53 Sfoizacosta. That's as much as we have learned so far except that after Italy had surrendered and he had been rounded up from the local countryside he had his hands smashed by rifle butt and ended up at a hospital in Turin before being moved to Germany. We lost him in 2004 aged 89, while he told us some of what happened in Libya, the transport to italy where an accompanying ship was torpedoed & Italy he never spoke of his time in Germany.


Gary Spears Email
08/22/14

Name of POW Gilbert Spears

POW camp Stalag 12

Address &01 Marlin Lane

City, State, Zip Clinton

Comments:
My father was captured in Austria January 19, 1945 after being severely wounded. The Stalag was liberated sometime in April 1945. While there he encountered a degree of brutality. He related that his main concern was caring for the severe wounds to his leg and back. He also spoke of the constant hunger. I was told that his diet consisted mostly of potatoe peeling soup and staled bread. He also stated that when it became evident that Germany was going to be defeated most of the detail in care of the camp became more humane. My Father was one the (few) best men I have ever known. I am 62 and attribute my success in life to his veracity, wisdom and his admonishment when I would say that something wasn't fair. His assertion, that if you navigate life expecting fairness you probably will not achieve very much. His posistion was to treat individuals fair and with integrity but do not expect the same in return. My Dad passed away in 2002 at the age of 79.

veracity


Hazel Lehtonen Email
08/22/14

Name of POW Veikko Joel Koski

POW camp Stalag Luft 1 Barth-Vogelsang

Address 1021 Arcturus Drive

City, State, Zip Colorado Springs, CO, 80905

Comments:
Veikko is my husband's grandfather. I'm an amateur genealogist with a great interest in WWII, as my own grandfather, Wilbur Niederhut, also fought for the Allies in the 753rd tank battalion, Company C.

Veikko did not tell his family much about the war. My own grandfather was often silent. The Niederhuts had family on both sides of the war - a distant cousin from a branch of our family that remained in Germany, was a tank mechanic in Hanover and apparently survived the bombing there by Allied Forces. I think Veikko's unit was part of that. He was in the 510th Squad, 351st Bomb Group, 8th Air Force. He was on plane 42-39823-TU-O, one of 7 aircraft lost that day in that bombing campaign on Dec 31, 1943 around Cognac, France. Veikko was one of a crew of ten. He and two others were captured immediately upon landing after parachuting out of the disabled aircraft. Records say he was held in "Camp 032" and mention Stalag I.

If anyone has any information about Veikko, I'd be honored for your time and attention.


JUDY KEENE Email
08/20/14

Name of POW JAMES ATLEE GEISLER

POW camp Stalag 3C Alt Drewitz Brandenburd Prussi 52-14

Address 6370 NEAL ROAD

City, State, Zip FORT MYERS, FL 33905

Comments:
I AM LOOKING FOR ANY INFORMATION I CAN FIND OUT ABOUT MY FATHER WHO HAS NOW PASSED ON. HIS NAME WAS JAMES ATLEE GEISLER. HE WAS IN Stalag 3C Alt Drewitz Brandenburd Prussi 52-14. HIS serial Number is 33067518. The are was European Theatre Germany. Does anyone know anything about him?


Jody Anderman Email
08/17/14

Name of POW Edward Anderman

POW camp Stalag Luft I

Address 1434 Steele Blvd.

City, State, Zip Baton Rouge, LA. 70808

Comments:
Updating email.


James Stumpff Email
08/05/14

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Name of POW William J. Stumpff

POW camp Stalag Luft I

Address 10241 Sienna Hills Drive

City, State, Zip San Diego, CA 92127

Comments:
On my fathers id for the camp it says Baracke: 4 Raum: 46. I also have his Red Cross Diary filled with German newspaper clippings and a few very intersting cartoon drawings done by one of his fellow prisoners.


Jean Vann Email
08/04/14

Name of POW Graham John

POW camp Stalag1

Comments:
I am trying to find more for Graham's widow. He was on a long march from Silesia to Stalag 1 


Karen Lynch Email
08/03/14

Name of POW Orrin Heinrich

POW camp Stalag Luft I

Address 5091 Clayridge Dr. #210

City, State, Zip St. Louis, MO. 63129

Comments:
Orrin Heinrich was my grandfather, and a wonderful man!! I love and miss him so much, and remember stories that he told me while I was growing up... I just wish that I would've been able to get more stories out of him before he passed away, so if anyone has any more information or any stories that have to do with him, please let me know!! I would really appreciate it a lot!! Thank you so much!! He was shot down on March 6th, 1944, and spent 14 1/2 months as a German POW until May 13th, 1945. During the war, he served as an Air Force Bomber (Lieutenant) with the 100th Bomb Group in the 8th Air Force, Squadron 349, was based at Thorpe Abbots, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, and preformed in 16 missions in a B-17 Flying Fortress until he was shot down in 1944. He was discharged from the Air Force as a Captain in 1946, and also received three medals while he was serving: Air Medal, Purple Heart, & Prisoner of War. If anyone has any more information, please contact me & let me know!! Thank you so much, and have a blessed day!!


Elizabeth Brown Goldstein Email
08/03/14

Do you have a roommate listing? If so please email to us at stalagluftone@hotmail.com He has mentioned Tom Whelan, from NJ

Name of POW Ralph Andrew Brown

POW camp Stalag Luft One, Barth, Germany

Address 5126 Timber Race Course

City, State, Zip Hollywood, SC 29449

Comments:

My father was in the 354th Fighter Group in Boxstead, England a Second Lt. from
Lincolnton, North Carolina, born November 16, 1916.  On April 11, 1944, on his eighth mission, he was flying a P-51 Mustang escorting B-17 bombers on a long range mission over Germany.  The target was about 100 miles past Berlin and just before reaching it, an ME-109 German fighter dove from behind and came up under his plane, spraying bullets from the left wing to the cockpit and the plane became engulfed in fire. He managed to bail out, but after five days of hiding during the day and riding freight trains at night, he became disoriented from no food and only two drinks of water and was captured. He was taken to an interrogation center, threatened with torture and place in a room with only a piece of bread and a little water for several days.  After giving them only his
name, rank and serial number every time he was asked to give them information,
they put him on a train with other captured Americans and sent him to Stalag
Luft One in Barth, Germany.  He was there until May, 1945 when the Russians
liberated the camp.

He retired from the Air Force as a Major and then flew a corporate jet for a large
real estate firm until he was 70.  He voluntarily retired then because he didn't want to wait until he was asked but still raced stock cars with my younger brother and was extremely active until he had a heart attack at age 89 and slowed down,
but not much.  He still walks every day but now my sister goes along and he has suffered some TIA's which affect his memory, at times.

At 97, he is looking forward to his 98th birthday in November - he wants to reach 100, at least.  He lives in Columbia, SC with my youngest sister and her husband
and they take great care of him.  Every year, my sisters, brother, all of our children and now some of our children's children and all the spouses gather at
my house in Charleston, SC to celebrate Thanksgiving and my father's birthday.
We are all getting older and have already lost parents but my father is a wonderful example of aging well.  I hope he reaches his 100th birthday but if
not, I hope he dies peacefully in his sleep - he has had his share of suffering
and deserves a dignified exit.  
 



















 


kristy hanson-hiller Email
07/27/14

Name of POW John Donald Hanson

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

City, State, Zip warroad, MN, 56763

Comments:
I am very interested in finding any photos or records of my Uncle, John Donald Hanson, while he was a POW. His plane was shot down on 01 Jan 1943. He was liberated on 08 Jun 1945. If any other POW was at Stalag Luft 1 during that time and has any recollections of that time, I would so much appreciate hearing those stories.


susan morley nee Pollock 
07/27/14

Name of POW Captain Robert Pollock (my father now deceased)

POW camp oflags in s.Germany but then Stalag luft 6 and Stalag Luft 4

Address The Oast House, Hearts Delight Lane, Wingham, near Canterbury, Kent, CT3 1EP, U.K.

Comments:
I am interested in finding out as much as I can about my father's POW years. He was captured at Dunkirk and then sent to POW camps for Army Officers (Oflags) before being sent across Germany to the most eastern camp to assist the RAF and American airmen who had been shot down at Stalag Luft 6 and then Stalag Luft 4 and was on the forced march across Germany to Fallingbostal where he was liberated in April 1945. He was mentioned in the 2003 book 'The Last Escape' several times unbeknown to any of us (his family) until by chance I came across the book and on flicking through the pages found his name. He knew Dixie Deans well and when I was a child went to RAF reunions in London.  I have some of the letters that he sent to his family from POW camps which I'm pretty sure are using some sort of code and I'd like to find out more about this.


Jill Butterfoss Bateman Email
07/24/14

Name of POW 2nd Lieutenant Donald Earl Butterfoss

POW camp Stalag Luft III, Sagan, Germany

Address 3207 Harrisburg Pike

City, State, Zip Landisville, PA 17538

Comments:
My father was the pilot of The Saint and Ten Sinners, a B-17 which was hit by flak on April 29, 1944. while bombing Berlin. Running out of fuel, the crew bailed out over The Netherlands near the village of Ellecom. He and several of his crew members were incarcerated in Stalag Luft III until January 27, 1945, when the entire camp was marched out into a blizzard-filled night. Ending up at a prison camp near Moosburg, Germany, he was liberated on April 29, 1945.

Thank you for the information about the POW medal. The application will be filled out immediately. Dad would have been embarrassed about it, but his two great-grandsons will will think otherwise.


Charles Parvin Email
07/14/14

Name of POW Lt Shirley Parvin

POW camp Stalag Luft (1) and or 3

Address 8326 N 56 Ave

City, State, Zip Glendaale, AZ 85301

Comments:
Dad was a B-17 Bomber pilot with 452nd BG and was shot down on May 29, 1944, stationed at Deopham Green.


Jennie Follensbee Email
07/13/14

Name of POW Earl R Follensbee(Folly)

POW camp Stalag Luft 1

Address 4183 morning Glory Road

City, State, Zip Colorado Springs, Co 80920

Comments:
My dad is still alive and going strong. He was a prisoner during 1944and1945. He was in North Barricks 9 or 10 He originally was in British section in hospital then transferred to North


Limmer Stephan 
07/13/14

Name of POW Sgt. M.L. Douglas

POW camp ?

Address Gautinger Str. 34

City, State, Zip 82131 Gauting

Comments:
Hallo, ich suche eine Flieger Namens: Sgt. M.L. Douglas, welcher am 19./20. September 1942 bei Gauting/ München mit einer Lancaster ( W 4184 WS-A) abgeschossen wurde und in POR geraten ist.
Drezit schreibe ich ein Buch über diesen Abschuß und möchte gerne über den verbleib des einzigen Überlebenden erfahren.
Bitte schreiben Sie mir alle Informationen
Danke Stephan Limmer


Alexander Benavidez Email
07/11/14

Name of POW Jesse (Jesus) Benavidez

POW camp Stalag 4B Muhlberg Sachsen 51-13

Address 1890 e 20th st

City, State, Zip Signal Hill, CA, 90755

Comments:
I've just recently started looking into my grandfather's history. These stories will stay with me forever.

Please feel free to email me if anyone has any information or memories of my grandfather.


Bryan Doty Email
06/29/14

Name of POW Lt. Colonel John C Doty

POW camp Barth - Stalag Luft 1 South block 7

Comments:
Thank you for compiling these records, stories, and pictures.


Clayton Beam Jr 
06/24/14

Name of POW D. R. Beam B 17 Pilot A/C[ Damifino]

POW camp BART STALAG #1

Address 32 Harley Ave Pa

City, State, Zip 16401

Comments:
My brother flew out of Kimbolton Eng  379th  525 Bg shot down over Amines France Feb 8 1944. A/ C & Crew was Named [Bad News]. He is Burried in Odessa, Tx


Jeannine Freund Email
06/22/14

Name of POW James S Opdyke

POW camp Stalag 9b bad orb

Comments:
My dad James s Opdyke was a b-17 pilot shot down in Germany.  All crew but one survived.  I would like to meet other crew members or their families.
He was in the 369th.   Thanks


max sager Email
06/22/14

Name of POW edwin m sager

POW camp luft 4

City, State, Zip kalispell mt.

Comments:
My father Edwin sager was in the 8 th,384 bomb group and was shot down on his sixteenth b-17 bombing mission over a german ball bearing factory,  he was a right waist gunner . his chute got tangled and he landed in a field on his fore head which left him unconscious , he woke up several days later in luft 4. he was a pow there for 26 months. he then endured the punishing one hundred mile death march chained to other pow's,and then was liberated at some point after being locked in a barn for several days. you never hear much about this pow death march which affected so many.
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