My reason is because my Father was wounded and captured on D-Day and sent to Rennes arriving on June 13th. I am trying to get idea of the layout of the camp and the conditions. I know there was another POW camp (Lazaret Stalag 133) in Rennes but it held only lightly wounded and unwounded POWs and my Father's letters are postmarked from 221.
I have only found a few brief accounts and am looking to flesh out the story more completely. I have his medical papers from the Germans and the initial couple of entries are in English and refer to Jerries. So I think an Allied doctor wrote them. See attached.
Any new information will be greatly appreciated as I intend on visiting the building which still exists in Rennes in June 2011.
Edited by dbf, 10 February 2011 - 05:51 PM.