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Re: ww1 prison war camp charleville france
Posted by: sandra (ID *****6051) Date: July 01, 2013 at 07:38:21
In Reply to: Re: ww1 prison war camp charleville france by Jean Jacques Prignaud of 22977

Thank you for your reply. I can not find any information at all on german prison camps or german military hospitols in ww1 Charleville France. The soldier was Private Frederick C Leach 36898 Wiltshire regiment. He died on 18th October 1918 as a prisoner of war in the german military hospital in Charleville, does Remischule mean something ? His friend Private Alfred Burns was also a prisoner and he died in the same hospital but on 6th October 1918. They were buried in the cemetery at Charleville but in 1960s the commonwealth war graves commission say the bodies were moved to Terlincthun cemetery Wimilie and there are headstones.

Sandra


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