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Two individuals with raised arms three German soldiers, surrounded by debris. On reverse '(Handwritten) Russian prisoners being shot by Jerries. (Copy of a print found at Nazi headquarters Luchenwalde)'.

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Prisoners of war walking in a circle behind barbed wire, building in the background.

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Contains drawings, names and addresses of other prisoners, dairy of events on being shot down, his crew and diagram of Lancaster, poems, stories of life in camp, Lists of prisoners in his hut, aircraft they flew and when and where shot down. Diagram…

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Head and shoulders portrait of Eric Sanger and personal details in Oflag XXI B.

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Informs him that his son is a prisoner of war

BSangerEWSangerEWv1.pdf
Eric Sanger's personal account of his last operation, of being shot down and his time as a prisoner of war. Detailed account of last operation to Nuremburg on 25 February 1943 in 9 Squadron aircraft from RAF Waddington. Mentions delayed take off and…

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For Pilot Officer Eric William Sangar with some personal details. Note Nuernberg 26.2.43 and Oflag XXIB. Has stamp of prisoner of war paymaster 25 May 1945.

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Welcome to transit camp with instructions for reception, recreational facilities, money equivalents and departures. Second page show map of facility.

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Writes that he saw Arthur Brett safely bail out of the aircraft. Presumes he went into hiding on reaching the ground and is sure he is alive. Sends regards from Stanley Alldis, member of the crew, who was a prisoner with the letter's author.

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Map with handwritten annotations for some camps including Dulag Luft and Stalag Luft 3

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Blue card. 'July 1944-Dec 44, POW'.

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Blue card 'Han-July 1944 - POW, 8 Letters'.

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Blue card. Dates of 16 letters January to August 1943. January 1943 POW letters.

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Sends Donald still alive, thank god.

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Confirms that message was sent to her quoting a message from her son that said from senior British officer, Stalag Luft 3 on behalf of her son that there was no truth in any information of his death.

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Confirms that their son, previously reported as having died was now reported to be in the best of health.

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Green card 'POW letters Jan 1942'.

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Send that parcels of books and cigarettes have been sent to P/O Baker. Asks for prisoner of war number and address.

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Informs her they have forwarded letter to her son and gives his address at Dulag Luft.

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Full list of articles allowed for inclusion. Notes that list of contents is to be included.

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Green card 'Dulag Luft, First POW letter, 10 Nov 41'.

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Informs him that they have heard from the red cross that his son was a prisoner of war.

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Request that addressee send him uniform, shirts, shoes and socks as well as photographs. Also mentions other items of clothing, financial matters and instructions to redirect mail. Asks them to keep personal belongings and send the odd Rhodesian…

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Letter to C Baker informing him that his son Pilot Officer Donald Baker was interned unwounded in Dulag Luft.

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First letter since arriving in England after liberation. Gives account of liberation after a three week march from last camp. Writes that the weather had been good and they had had Red Cross parcels and plenty of cigarettes. Describes activities back…
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