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Richard Lloyd will be giving a presentation on the treatment of British POWs.
Richard Lloyd was a teacher in Birmingham for over 30 years. As a history teacher in the 1970s he feels privileged to have interviewed First World War veterans including over 30 POWs. This talk is based on those interviews and continued research undertaken at various times ever since. He is a member of the Birmingham branch of the WFA and is their …
Two talks to be held at the Cumbria Museum of Military Life, Carlisle Castle. Barry Kitchener will talk about 'Fallen Railwaymen of the Great War' while Richard Lloyd will give a talk on 'British Prisoners of War.
Richard Lloyd will give a talk on the treatment of prisoners of war by the Germans on the Western Front.
Branch AGM followed by Richard Lloyd and 'The Treatment of Prisoners of war by the Germans on The Western Front'. This talk is based on the interviews and other exchanges I had in the 1970's with over thirty former British Prisoners of War. It was inspired by a letter to The Times from a former RAMC officer and prisoner. He described the terr…
'The Treatment of British Prisoners of War by the Germans on the Western Front' a talk by Richard Lloyd
Richard Lloyd will give a presentation titled "The Treatment of British Prisoners of War by the Germans on the Western Front". The presentation will look at how British Prisoners of War were treated during the War by the Germans and offer a fascinating insight into a little known subject.
A talk by Richard Lloyd on the treatment of British POWs by the Germans on the Western Front.
This presentation, whose full title is "The Treatment of British Prisoners of War by the Germans on the Western Front" is a talk based on interviews carried out with veterans in the 1970's and continued research. Special reference is made to those POWs who were never in a registered camp.
'Escapers All'. The stories of the Officers and Other Ranks who escaped from German captivity 1914/1918. The talk will provide some background to the conditions in captivity for both officers and men, but it will concentrate on the preparation and planning of escapes, the 'escaping experience' and the consequences of failure. Some officers publis…