Catalogue description Germany: Prisoners, including: Prince Blücher and family: decision that they should...

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Details of FO 383/32
Reference: FO 383/32

Germany: Prisoners, including:

Prince Blücher and family: decision that they should leave Herm island and reside in UK.

Adolf Kauffmann, naturalised British subject in New Zealand: endorsement of naturalisation certificate.

Hans Paulsen, German subject employed by Manihot Rubber Plantations Ltd, now interned at Pietermaritzburg in South Africa: question of payment of outstanding salary.

German officials from the Cameroons interned at Queensferry prisoners camp, Chester: question of despatch of money to them, and possible improvements to camp; includes lists of prisoners (in docket nos. 5890 and 28600).

Crew of ss Torfrey interned at Ruhleben: request for despatch of money to them.

Countess Marie Bismarck, German subject of English mother (née Williams-Wynn), staying in England: desire to return to her home in Switzerland; question of travel through France.

Detention camps in England: visit by member of German Embassy.

Lt Hans Wolf, German reserve officer interned at Dorchester: question of payment of salary as an officer of the German Army.

German officer prisoners at Durban: treatment.

German prisoners in Canada: request for inspection by US representatives.

German prisoners at Gibraltar: treatment; later file includes inspection report (in docket no. 47192).

Mrs Edith Hering (née Henkel), German subject, widow of Lt Kurt Hering: arrest and imprisonment in Edinburgh; includes authenticated copy of affidavit, in German (in docket no.10593).

Lt Paul Albert Julius Bruegelmann, 60th German Infantry Regiment, prisoner of war at Dorchester: request for officer privileges.

Internment of Germans in Hong Kong: protests made by German residents against their internment in prisoner of war camp; includes lists of individuals (in docket no. 12422); report of camp inspection by George E Anderson, US Consul-General (in docket no. 17001).

Allowance for a prisoner of war in Trinidad for personal requirements: question of whether an officer or soldier.

German prisoners on island of Rottnest, Western Australia: conditions of internment.

German prisoners at Trinidad: alleged ill-treatment.

Pay and parole privileges of enemy officers interned at Durban.

Payment of enemy officers, prisoners of war, in UK.

Officers and crews removed from enemy merchant vessels, brought to England as prisoners of war: ss Diana and tug Apapa; includes list of individuals (in docket no. 26673).

Treatment accorded to interned non-commissioned officers: basis of agreement, subject to reciprocity.

Visit to German internment camps in UK: request for permission for Major Mossberg, Military Attaché to Swedish Legation, London, to visit Donington Hall and other camps.

Scales of pay for officer prisoners of war.

Otto Johannsen, German Vice-Consul at Newcastle, Australia: internment on suspicion of trading with the enemy.

Missionary prisoners in German New Guinea: wish of Lutheran bodies to send relief.

Treatment of German prisoners in colonial possessions.

Treatment of German officers from prisoner submarines.

German subjects sentenced in Samoa: claims of excessive sentences inflicted, and disparity of sentences given against Germans with English sounding names.

Isle of Man camps: reports of unsatisfactory food and accommodation.

Pay and treatment of prisoners promoted after capture.

Reprisals on British officer prisoners for treatment of submarine crews.

Treatment of German prisoners at Halifax, Nova Scotia.

German prisoners interned in Natal.

Personal effects of German soldiers interned in South Africa; includes list of individuals (in docket no. 47787).

Treatment of German prisoners in West Africa.

German missionaries: transportation to Lagos.

Code 1218 File 127-263 (to paper 51533).

Date: 1915
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: File 127-263 (to pp. 51533).
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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