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World War I German prisoners of war (copies of photographs)

Description

I Series of 5 photos (copies) of German prisoners during World War I: (i) Man standing outside door with another man looking out of the window; (ii) Man standing in garden with outbuildings behind; (iii) Man with moustache standing by wall; (iv) Two men standing by wall; (v) Young man standing by chair. Members of Chipping Campden & District Historical and Archaeological Society, who donated the photos, wondered if the location might be Badsey Manor House, where prisoners of war were housed during the First World War, but this is now not thought to be the case.  It is believed they were taken at Hampton Manor House, Evesham.

Year created
2008
Publication Date/Date Made
Copy made in 2008 of c1916-1918 photographs
Physical Characteristics (Dimensions)
14.8 cm x 21 cm
Physical Characteristics (Description)
5 sheets of photo paper
Donor or Creator of Records
Chipping Campden & District Historical and Archaeological Society
Provenance
Member of Chipping Campden & District Historical and Archaeological Society
Nature of Acquisition
Gift
Accession Date
2007
Access Conditions
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Attached Documents
Reference
522/WW1