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Prisoners of War Prisoners of War

Tree: Prisoners of War
War Memorial

Erection date: 14/8/2005


Dedicated to the memory of the 68,505 British military and civilian personnel who were incarcerated and suffered, so many dying, in the Far East during the Second World War, who asked for nothing but remembrance of their lives and a promise of peace for future generations; forgotten at the end of the War but remembered by relatives and friends. Those of us left behind; and the people of Camden. This tree is dedicated to their memories by Cllr. Roger Robinson and his family. 14th August 2005.

Roger Robinson's pictures shows him at the planting ceremony, 14 August 2005. The tree is an English Oak.

Site: Prisoners of War (1 memorial)

WC1, Brunswick Square

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Prisoners of War

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prisoners of war

During WW2 the Germans treated their British prisoners of war (POWs) quite we...

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Prisoners of War

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Roger Robinson, Cllr, and his family

Robinson is on the far left of the picture, taken in August 2005.

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