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POW Headgear

Article about: By popular demand, this thread will be for headgear worn as POWs (in contrast to the other thread, which is for headgear worn at the time of surrender). Here is v. Rundstedt leaving England-

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    Outrageous that Wolff was given such privilege. He kept his elitism and snobbery even After his incarceration? These pompous louts should have been given a few "wake up calls" that the war was over and that they had Lost and were no longer in any positions to dictate anything but if they wanted beans or no beans on their tin trays in their POW camps...

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    The German Generals in Trent park were allowed to wear there full insignia and awards for the duration of their stay
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    Camera-shy LW POWs in England:
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    Waffen-SS troops in Soviet captivity:
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    Dak man who learned too late that he should have kept his EK1 out of sight:
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    Propaganda photo of WH in Soviet captivity:
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    #14 is also propaganda, I would think.
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    Quote by stonemint View Post
    Dak man who learned too late that he should have kept his EK1 out of sight:
    I remember this photo. discussed here a while back as to why he is wearing a GI dog tag. Don't remember the outcome.
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    The crew of the U-35 interned in Canada:
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    Officers & Generals were interned at Camp Clinton, Mississippi:
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