German POW Camps Map Showing 1945 Movements To The West

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  1. papiermache

    papiermache Well-Known Member

    Available from NARA here:

    National Archives Identifier: 84785944
    Creator(s): Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force. SHAEF Mission to France. Rearmament Division. 9/8/1944-7/14/1945 (Most Recent)
    From: Series: Map of Prisoner of War Camps in Germany, 2/26/1945 - 2/26/1945
    Record Group 331: Records of Allied Operational and Occupation Headquarters, World War II, 1907 - 1966

    This series consists of a map showing the location of Prisoner of War (POW) camps in Germany during World War II. Types of camps include Oflag (officer camps), Dulag, Stalag and Stalag Luft (air force personnel), Ilag (Allied civilian camps), Marlag Milag (navy personnel), hospitals, and concentration camps. The map also shows the movement and transfer of POW camps from east to west during February 1945 as the Soviet Army began capturing German territory.



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