Hi, I originally posted this message on Page 3 of England Phil's Krakow Rakowicki Cemetery thread of a couple of weeks ago. I was surfing the site and found mention on that thread of a mass burial of British POW's killed in an American bombing raid in December 1944. Copy reports from RSM Sherriff to ICRC are linked to the thread. The attached photographs originated with Guardsman 2695279 Patrick Francis Devlin, Left Flank Company, 1st Scots Guards who was wounded in action and captured at Mo I Rana, Norway 17th May 1940 and was POW at Lamsdorf. I was wondering if they were linked to the incident mentioned by RSM Sherriff albeit there appear to be other nationalities buried as I can see French and possibly Dutch national flags in addition to the Union Jack. Hope someone out there can interpret them and perhaps confirm when/where they were taken. Appears to be a formal event - possibly filmed for propaganda purposes as there are German stills/film cameramen in some of the shots. Thanks. Steve Y.