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We marched in


For soldiers the moment of surrender on the battlefield is one of the most dangerous moments in war, with death a likely outcome. After successfully surrendering, however, soldiers were quickly transformed into prisoners of war and were marched or transported by railway or ship to camps deep within enemy occupied country.

Charles Bray

Charles Bray

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Charles remembers surrendering at Sedjenane in Tunisia in 1943.

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Ian English

Ian English

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Ian remembers being interrogated after his capture at Mareth in 1943.

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Fred Welsh

Fred Welsh

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Fred remembers arriving at an Italian camp in 1942.

 

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Sidney Shutt

Sidney Shutt

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Sidney remembers being moved to a German camp in late 1943.

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Tom Bedlington

Tom Bedlington

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Tom remembers being deloused at a camp in Poland in 1940.

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