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To my guide to visiting prisoner of war camp

Campo No.78, Sulmona, Italy 

Also my guides to visiting two German camps:

Stalag IV-B, Muhlberg & 

Stalag IV-D, Torgau

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The latest addition to the site is a unique list of many of the work camps (Arbeitskommandos) which were supplied with labour from Stalag IV-D (Torgau).  Click here to go straight to the list (920KB).

Latest update 11 February 2011: Changes to the "Sources & Links" page particularly concerning how to get copies of German PoW Record Cards (if they still exist). These are no longer available free from the Service Personnel & Veterans Agency but now have to be be requested when applying for Service Records (from the MOD website). NB the procedure for this has also changed eg copy death certificates required but the fee remains the same at 30.  See full details and working links on the "Sources & Links" page.

Please note that the e-mail address supplied in the "Contact Me" tab has now been "blackholed" due to excessive "Spamming" and is therefore now "dead" with effect from 30 August 2010.  Anyone who has previously contacted me using that e-mail address should now use either the "Guest Book" tab or, if you want to e-mail me privately, follow the new instructions on the "Contact Me" tab.  As ever, if you find any factual errors or dead links on the site, please let me know.

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