Prisoner of War Diaries - First Person Reports

Discussion in 'Prisoners of War' started by rlaughton, Jan 3, 2009.

  1. rlaughton


    My maternal grandfather was a POW in the later period of the war, capture while serving with the Royal Irish Rifles on March 21, 1918. To me, his diary as an Officer tells more the story of a chap at Summer Camp than in a POW camp.

    His original story : POW Diary of A/Capt. J. A. C. Kennedy

    I would be interested to see others, if they are available, as I suspect those of the enlisted men would tell a different story!
  2. themonsstar

    themonsstar New Member

    WO161 at the NA holds about 5,000 reports on British Pows, some of the reports are very inforative.
  3. spof

    spof New Member

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