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Cowra P.O.W. Camp Sign - June 2009
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"Two of the remaining Sleeping Huts along with debris from other huts burnt during the early hours of the 5th August 1944."
06/Aug/09 8:20 AM
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15 moves!
I look forward to seeing it next month Kate - even though it is only a sign I have a good imagination. It is a historic spot, but not a very happy one.
11/Aug/09 5:33 AM
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There was a POW camp here in Iowa. Although true that it is not a happy place in the ususal sense, I think the POW's in the camp at Algona, Iowa, must have gotten along reasonably well with the local citizens. The prisoners made a lovely creche for the town which the town still has. I don't know if More...
11/Aug/09 5:47 AM
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I knew a German man in Australia who had been in a POW camp somewhere in Canada. He was not a soldier, but his ship was caught when the war broke out. His comment about it was that it was in lovely country and they gave him a bed, food and most importantly, he was safe. He remembered it quite fondly.
11/Aug/09 7:26 AM
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Hi Kate,Was 5/8/44 the date of the Cowra breakout? If so do you know how many escaped and how many were recaptured?
11/Aug/09 9:27 AM
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My Father-in-law was at Cowra that day. He would never talk about it,except to say that it was the most terrible day of his life.
11/Aug/09 10:24 AM
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It is good that it is acknowledged.
Hope there is never a need for anything of it's kind here again.
11/Aug/09 3:56 PM
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11/Aug/09 6:51 PM
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