I forgot to point out that in this photo there is a German soldier standing to the right that Tommy ID'd as "Corp. Frank". He was the camp interpreter at Tommy's final camp at Camstigall-bei-Pillau on the Baltic Sea in what is now Poland. Apparently he an the Camp commander an old hard line Prussian aristocrat did not get along at all; and at one point the Commandant had Corp. Frank thrown in the "clink" for selling fish to the POWs. When the Reds took over the camp on November 11, 1918, Corp. Frank was freed from his cell to become the Camp Commandant and he then threw the Old Prussian C.O. in the clink!