A diary kept by Captain Stanley Algar while a Prisoner of War at the Milag Nord camp near Bremen.

Detailed and illustrated journal kept as a prisoner of war diary at the Milag (or Marlag) Nord POW camp near Bremen, 1941-45, by Stanley Algar of the tanker MV AGNITA, (Anglo Saxon Petroleum Group), sunk 1941. The first pages contain a contents page and headings include, accommodation; administration; official administration; floor plan of the camp; clothing; canteen; cinema; cmbassy money; entertainment; food; fuel; hospital; health; hootch; library; Milag memories; mail; news; poem titled 'How long'?; parcels; photo; survivors stories; sanitation; stores; ship represented; trading cartoons, and Christmas cards. (Contains some loose pages.)

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Object Details

ID: JOD/332
Type: Manuscript
Display location: Not on display
Date made: 1941-1944
Credit: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Measurements: 1 volume
Parts: Journals and Diaries (Manuscript)

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