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Subject: "Prisoners Of War"
Type of content: "Historic sites"
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Historic sites (5)
Leek Wootton (1)
Buildings, Architecture and Monuments (1)
Industrial Buildings, Including Mills (1)
Industrial Buildings including Mills (General) (1)
War and Armed Forces (5)
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Birdingbury Prisoner of War Camp
1 The site of the Prisoner of War Camp. The administrative buildings lay to the west of the site, and the camp itself to the east.
The site of a Prisoner of War camp from WWII and the associated administrative buildings at Birdingbury, located 800m southeast of Frankton Church. The evidence is derived from an aerial photograph of 1947.
Ettington Park Prisoner of War Camp
1 The site of Prisoner of War Camp identified from an aerial photograph from 1946 reproduced in an English Heritage Conservation Bulletin. The enclosed Camp can be seen in ...
The site of Ettington Park Prisoner of War Camp from the Second World War, identified from aerial photographs and from documentary evidence. It was located 500m northeast of Ettington Park.
Maxstoke Castle Prisoner of War Camp
1 A prisoner of war camp that can be seen on an aerial photograph from 1948. There is also an area of structures, possibly associated with the camp, to its ...
The site of Maxstoke Prisoner of War Camp identified from an aerial photograph. It dates from the Second World War, and was situated 500m southeast of Maxstoke.
Rowington Green Windmill - 'Bouncing Bess'
1 Tower WINDMILL, ‘with a terrible top’. 2 Derelict red brick tower in poor condition, partly cemented, with batter increasing slightly at top; boat cap, two pairs of stones, upright shaft ...
Rowington Green Windmill, the remains of a tower mill built in the Imperial period. It was converted to steam, but ceased operating in 1916. During World War One it was used to house German prisoners. It now forms part of a house complex.
Military Camp/PoW Camp, Goodrest Farm
1 To the north of the surviving AA Battery (MWA 8292) was a living site, which was later used as a PoW camp when the Battery was no longer needed. 2 ...
The site of a military camp providing temporary accommodation for British soldiers during the Second World War. It subsequently became a Prisoner of War camp. It was located 300m north west of Fox Covert, Leek Wootton.
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