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Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: WW1 - Trench map from a soldiers war diary showing the Somme Battlefield with

WW1 - Trench map from a soldiers war diary showing the Somme Battlefield with information gleaned from captured German Prisoners

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: Coldstreamers in a Great charge by the guards on the Somme

Coldstreamers in a Great charge by the guards on the Somme
On 15th September 1916, Guards including the Coldstreamers, Grenadiers and the Irish, captured Martinpuich, formerly in German hands and Courcelette and over 2300 prisoners. 15th September 1916

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: Guiltcross Union Workhouse, Kenninghall, Norfolk

Guiltcross Union Workhouse, Kenninghall, Norfolk
The Guiltcross Union Workhouse, designed by William Thorold, was erected in 1836-7 at Kenninghall, Norfolk. After its closure in 1902 the site was acquired by the Rev Harold Burden

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: Battle of Albert 1918

Battle of Albert 1918
An escort of the South Staffordshire Regiment, 37th Division, bringing German prisoners through Bucqnoy during the Battle of Albert

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: Examing German Prisoner

Examing German Prisoner
Two British soldiers examine a German prisoner in a captured German trench hoping to gain information on further attacks

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: British Soldiers escort German Prisoners - WWI

British Soldiers escort German Prisoners - WWI
British Soldiers escorting German Prisoners, destined for internment in England - WWI Date: circa 1915

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: A fellow prisoner at Ruhleben

A fellow prisoner at Ruhleben. Frank Kremnitz

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: Guiltcross Union Workhouse, Kenninghall, Norfolk

Guiltcross Union Workhouse, Kenninghall, Norfolk
The Guiltcross Union Workhouse, designed by William Thorold, was erected in 1836-7 at Kenninghall, Norfolk. After its closure in 1902 the site was acquired by the Rev Harold Burden

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: Russian prisoners at Tannenberg

Russian prisoners at Tannenberg
Russian prisoners in Tannenberg following the important battle fought there from August-September 1914 in which the German Eighth Army defeated the Russian 1st and 2nd Armies

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: Conscientious Objectors, World War I

Conscientious Objectors, World War I
Conscientious Objectors doing hard labour, breaking rocks in prison during World War I

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: German Prisoners Paraded

German Prisoners Paraded
HOME FRONT SCENES German prisoners paraded in Moscow

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: Messerschmitt Bf-109E-1

Messerschmitt Bf-109E-1
Messerschmitt Bf-109 of Luftwaffe Stab 3./ Jagdgeschwader 26 Which Force-Landed in a Field in Kent, Southern England UK after Being Shot-Down by Squadron Leader Henry C Sawyer in a Spitfire 1 of 65

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: Memorial sculptures DP172954

Memorial sculptures DP172954
The Northernhay War Memorial, Northernhay Gardens, Northernhay Gate, Exeter, Devon. Detail view of bronze seated figure of a prisoner

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: World War I: Italian prisoners to work in a village near al Tagliamento

World War I: Italian prisoners to work in a village near al Tagliamento, Photography of the Austro-Hungarian Empire Friuli Venetia Julia. Date of Photograph:1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: First World War: Italian soldiers prisoners of the Austrian army in Gorizia

First World War: Italian soldiers prisoners of the Austrian army in Gorizia, Photography of the Austro-Hungarian Empire Gorizia. Date of Photograph:29/10/1917

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: First World War: Italian prisoners to work on a railroad track of Gorizia

First World War: Italian prisoners to work on a railroad track of Gorizia, Photography of the Austro-Hungarian Empire Gorizia. Date of Photograph:28/11/1917

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: World War I: prisoners to work

World War I: prisoners to work Europe. Date of Photograph:1915-1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: World War I: military cemetery with the graves of prisoners

World War I: military cemetery with the graves of prisoners Czech Republic. Date of Photograph:1915-1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: Austrian prisoners

Austrian prisoners. Date of Photograph:1915 - 1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: World War I: German officers questioning prisoners

World War I: German officers questioning prisoners Europe. Date of Photograph:1915-1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: The images shows a French lady who assists some wounded German prisoners, sitting on the ground

The images shows a French lady who assists some wounded German prisoners, sitting on the ground. Around them, another group of soldiers stops standing up opposite to the photo camera. France

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: A German soldier captured by the French-English troops. The enemy soldier was hidden in a ditch

A German soldier captured by the French-English troops. The enemy soldier was hidden in a ditch full of water France. Date of Photograph:1914 - 1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: A group of British pows in Germany, transporting hay for the troops straw beds

A group of British pows in Germany, transporting hay for the troops straw beds. Germany. Date of Photograph:1914 - 1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: Portrait of four French and Algerian prisoners in Germany. Three of them are bendaged

Portrait of four French and Algerian prisoners in Germany. Three of them are bendaged, as index of the war bullet-wounds. Germany. Date of Photograph:1914 - 1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: A German prisoners column goes by before the population, through the roads of Amiens

A German prisoners column goes by before the population, through the roads of Amiens. The prisoners are escorted by the French soldiers. France Amiens. Date of Photograph:1914 - 1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: The image shows a group of German prisoners, in the Flanders, escorted by Algerian light cavalrymen

The image shows a group of German prisoners, in the Flanders, escorted by Algerian light cavalrymen. Belgium Flanders. Date of Photograph:1914 - 1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: World War I: conversation between a Russian and a German officer prisoner

World War I: conversation between a Russian and a German officer prisoner Europe. Date of Photograph:1915-1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: World War I: general and Russian officers of the German army prisoners

World War I: general and Russian officers of the German army prisoners Europe. Date of Photograph:1915-1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: World War I: prisoner of the German army

World War I: prisoner of the German army Europe. Date of Photograph:1915-1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: The image shows a German prisoners column in France, near to a train

The image shows a German prisoners column in France, near to a train. France. Date of Photograph:1914 - 1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: The transport of a wounded prisoner by way of a mechanical lift in the Asiago Plateau

The transport of a wounded prisoner by way of a mechanical lift in the Asiago Plateau, during World War I Asiago The Asiago Plateau. Date of Photograph:1915 - 1918 ca

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: World War I: conversation between a Russian and a German officer prisoner

World War I: conversation between a Russian and a German officer prisoner Europe. Date of Photograph:1915-1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: WW1 Battle of the Ancre - German prisoners taken

WW1 Battle of the Ancre - German prisoners taken in Beaumont Hamel by the 51st Division - 13th November 1916

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: British soldiers during gas attack, Thiepval, WW1

British soldiers during gas attack, Thiepval, WW1
British soldiers during a gas attack at Thiepval, First World War, photographed by a captured prisoner. 1914-1918

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: Ww1 Wwi World War One First 1st Great I British

Ww1 Wwi World War One First 1st Great I British
ww1, wwi, world, war, one, first, 1st, great, i, british, soldiers, troops, army, move, moving, movement, german, germans, prisoners, captives, captive, prison, ruins, horse, dead, destroyed, land

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: World War II - exhausted prisoners, Western front

World War II - exhausted prisoners, Western front
Vintage World War II photograph - exhausted German prisoners, Western front

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: World War II Wesel - German prisoners in shell hole

World War II Wesel - German prisoners in shell hole
Vintage World War II photograph - British troops capture Wesel - German prisoners in a shell hole

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: World War II WW2 - German prisoners with blindfolds

World War II WW2 - German prisoners with blindfolds

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: World War II German prisoners in Wesel

World War II German prisoners in Wesel
Vintage World War II photograph - captured German prisoners in Wesel

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: WW II - German prisoners marching following capture

WW II - German prisoners marching following capture
World War II - German prisoners on the march, taken following the capture of Limburg by 1st American army

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: German Prisoners in Morocco

German Prisoners in Morocco
German Prisoners captured during the First World War, digging trenches in Morocco Date: 1915

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: German private soldier accepts his situation as a prisoner with calmness and equanimity

German private soldier accepts his situation as a prisoner with calmness and equanimity, but that the officer does not seem able to realise the sitution

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: Burrs Mill, Bury - Italian internees, WWII - Matania

Burrs Mill, Bury - Italian internees, WWII - Matania
Interior view of Burrs Mill, Bury, Lancashire, a former mill and bleaching factory, which was used to intern Italian prisoners during the Second World War

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: A cavalry charge that saved the line, Matania, WW1

A cavalry charge that saved the line, Matania, WW1
The German line taken in flank by a mounted charge in the teeth of heavy machine gun fire. Major Evelyn H. W. Williams of the Hussars was awarded the DSO for his action

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: Canadas part in the Somme advance, Matania, WW1

Canadas part in the Somme advance, Matania, WW1
Canadas part in the Somme advance - a brilliant affair at Courcelette. The capture of the sugar refinery at Courcelette by the Canadians on 15 September 1916

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: WW1 silhouettes, The Tide of Victory

WW1 silhouettes, The Tide of Victory

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: British soldiers after surrender of Singapore, 1942

British soldiers after surrender of Singapore, 1942
Survivors of the 2nd Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, leaving their fighting positions on Singapore Island, the day after the British surrender to the Japanese in World War Two

Background imagePrisoners of war Collection: WW2 German hospital, Jersey, Channel Islands

WW2 German hospital, Jersey, Channel Islands
Operating theatre in a WW2 German hospital, Jersey, Channel Islands. It was an underground hospital, built in the cliffs by Polish prisoners and used for the treatment of wounded officers



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