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Daily Telegraph Prisoners of War Exhibition, May 1-20 1944

£29.99

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This is the catalogue for the Daily Telegraph Prisoners of War Exhibition, May 1-20 1944, which was organised in conjunction with the Red Cross and St. John War Organisation.

The catalogue has a foreword by Filed Marshall Sir Philip Chetwode, Bt.

The catalogue contains pieces, with photographs, to accompany each hut in the exhibition -

Hut no. 1 - A section of the living quarters of prisoners of war in a typical large stalag.
Week-end in a stalag, by Gunner N. Gould, reprinted from 'The Prisoner of War' January, 1944.
Hut no.2 - Works of art and craftsmanship by prisoners of war. This section of the catalogue lists the exhibits in this section.
The centre pages which contain a map and index to prisoner of war camps in Europe.
Hut no. 4 - Worship for prisoners of war, by The Rev. John F. O. Brown, C.F.
Hut no. 3 - Food and medical services for prisoners of war.
Hut no. 5 - Recreation for prisoners of war.
Hut no 6. - Education for prisoners of war.

The booklet is in good to very good condition. There is one page with stains, but these do not obscure the text.

Item details

Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1944
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Title:
Daily Telegraph Prisoners of War Exhibition, May 1-20 1944

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This is the catalogue for the Daily Telegraph Prisoners of War Exhibition, May 1-20 1944, which was organised in conjunction with the Red Cross and St. John War Organisation.

The catalogue has a foreword by Filed Marshall Sir Philip Chetwode, Bt.

The catalogue contains pieces, with photographs, to accompany each hut in the exhibition -

Hut no. 1 - A section of the living quarters of prisoners of war in a typical large stalag.
Week-end in a stalag, by Gunner N. Gould, reprinted from 'The Prisoner of War' January, 1944.
Hut no.2 - Works of art and craftsmanship by prisoners of war. This section of the catalogue lists the exhibits in this section.
The centre pages which contain a map and index to prisoner of war camps in Europe.
Hut no. 4 - Worship for prisoners of war, by The Rev. John F. O. Brown, C.F.
Hut no. 3 - Food and medical services for prisoners of war.
Hut no. 5 - Recreation for prisoners of war.
Hut no 6. - Education for prisoners of war.

The booklet is in good to very good condition. There is one page with stains, but these do not obscure the text.

Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1944
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Title:
Daily Telegraph Prisoners of War Exhibition, May 1-20 1944

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