Catalogue description Germany: Prisoners, including: Appeal for war loan sent to prisoners in Germany....

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Details of FO 383/304
Reference: FO 383/304

Germany: Prisoners, including:

Appeal for war loan sent to prisoners in Germany.

Remittance for Jowala Singh, 69th Punjabis, interned at Zossen and funds for other Indian soldiers in Germany.

Scheme for schooling of German prisoners in British camps.

Denationalised Germans at Lofthouse Park camp wishing to regain German nationality.

Request by Fritz Gompertz, prisoner at Lofthouse Park, to buy foodstuffs at his own expense.

Application for the release of Heinrich Müller, born 19 March 1890, interned in Canada.

Report on the work of the American Embassy, Berlin including a list of persons receiving funds from the British Emergency Relief Fund and a report on Ruhleben Camp.

Claims for restitution of the property of prisoners transferred to Switzerland.

Transfer of General Victor Williams to Switzerland.

Reported murder of two British aviators, 2nd Lieutenants John Laburth Pinson and V H Adams.

House of Commons debate on employment of prisoners in the firing line, camp at Ruhleben, the repatriation of civilians, etc.

Balance of pay due to repatriated members of medical personnel, specifically Dr. Günter.

Mutual agreement concerning money and property of repatriated British and German civilians.

Status of crew members of SSColchester and SSBrussels as civilians or combatants.

Enquiry concerning Engineer Sub-Lieutenant James Wilfred Johnson, late of HMS Paxton.

Application of Charles G Kaiser for release from internment at Ras-el-Tire, Alexandria, Egypt.

Transmission of correspondence from Korvettenkapitan W Wallis, interned at Dyffryn Aled, to the German Government.

Trial in Germany of Captain Hawkins, Lieutenant G O McEntee, Lieutenant J M Stewart and Lieutenant G M Hopkins all of the Royal Flying Corps, for dropping leaflets containing insults against the German Army and Government on the German front.

Pamphlets thrown by German aviators into French lines.

Enquiry concerning Edgar Burke, master of schooner Jean and the whereabouts of his crew.

Note concerning Lady Phipps' affairs with German officers, accommodation of Snouck Hurgronje and sending of doctors to prisoner of war camps in Germany.

Promotion of British officers after capture.

Code 1218 Files 100570-118442.

Date: 1917
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: Files 100570-118442.
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English and German
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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