German Prisoners In Great Britain

Bolton and London: Tillotson & Son, (1916). Oversized in grey card covers lettered in dark brown. No dated (1916) 62 pp. Sepia toned photographs make up this pictorial survey of the German prisoners being held in Great Britain and their activities, occupations, etc. The foreword states that the photographs were taken (by the photographic section of the Royal Flying Corps) in response made by the American Ambassador in Berlin and were originally designed to form part of the Wurtemberg War Exhibition. The prisoners were photographed only with their consent and cover six of the largest prisoners' camps in Great Britain---Donington Hall, Alexandra Palace, Dorchester, Handforth, Lofthouse Park, and East cote. Very good with some soiling to the covers. Very Good Softcover (Item ID: E17537)

$20.00

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