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1900 Orange Free State cover to P.O.W. in Simonstad, Cape Town
1900 Orange Free State cover to P.O.W. in Simonstad, Cape Town
1900 Orange Free State cover to P.O.W. in Simonstad, Cape Town

posted in KROONSTAD, censored in Pretoria and sent via Lourenco Marques and Durban, Natal. Sadly stamps removed.
£12.00


1917 German Prisoner of War camp P.O.W. card
1917 German Prisoner of War camp P.O.W. card

for Friedrichsfeld bei Wesel, Rheinland with hand painted view of the camp. Endorsed in pencil, 'pinched off guard 1917.'
Charming.
£15.00


1941 Kriegsgefangenenpost printed cover to Jamaica
1941 Kriegsgefangenenpost printed cover to Jamaica

with British censor label probably applied in Bermuda. Unusually with German 40pf applied as P.O.W. was supposed to free.
Sent from R.A.F. pilot in Oflag X C III with long message which has been partially deleted by the censor.
£60.00


1942 (27 July) Bermuda PASSED BY CENSOR 22 BERMUDA (CM21)
1942 (27 July) Bermuda PASSED BY CENSOR 22 BERMUDA (CM21)

on picture postcard from Switzerland to an internee. Attractive.
£100.00


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WATTERSON Neville Borneo: The Japanese P.O.W. Camps - Mail of the Forces, P.O.W. and Internees. Parts 1 & 2 Privately published 1989-94 2 vols., xiv + xvi + 341pp. 1st ed., clean in card covers in special slipcase.
35

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CLARKE & CO German Prisoners being escorted to Detention Camp, St Lucia. Old St Lucia postcard, circa 1914, minor tone spotting on back, unused.
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ANON The identification of the writer of the anonymous letter to Lord Monteagle in 1605. Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Ltd., London 1916 ix + 26pp + 5 plates. 1st ed., fine in slightly worn original boards. 8 x 10.5" Analysis of the letter sent to warn Lord Monteagle not to attend Parliament on the day of the Gunpowder Plot with photo plates of the letter and an explanation of who the writer probably was.
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