The Paperback of the The Depot for Prisoners of War at Norman Cross Huntingdonshire. to - War College Series by Thomas James Walker at Barnes. PRISONS, 5 and sailors who became prisoners of war. This is no place for discussing the right and wrong of the devastating Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars ; the treatment of the prisoners of war, as shown in their prison life, alone finds its place in a History of the Depot at Norman Cross. The depot for prisoners of war at Norman Cross, Huntingdonshire to by Walker, Thomas JamesPages: Stilton Village Website: Campaigns - the Norman Cross/ / unveiling of replacement cross; Dr Thomas J. Walker: The Depot for Prisoners of War at Norman Cross, Huntingdonshire to (first published ) Peterborough & Hunts Standard 1/8/ report of the unveiling of the original monument. Peterborough Evening Telegraph 18/10/
The earthwork and buried remains of the Norman Cross Depot for Prisoners of War. It was built in and closed in In the buildings were demolished and the site sold. The site is now under pasture. The Depot for Prisoners of War at Norman Cross, Huntingdonshire. to Thomas James Walker. История.. Скачать, читать онлайн. The Depot for Prisoners of war at Norman Gross, Huntingdonshire, to London, Constable, In-8°, xiv pages,?5 pl. Le 28 juillet , la société anglaise de l'Entente cordiale inaugu-rait, dans la prairie qui servit autrefois d'emplacement au dépôt de pri-sonniers de guerre à Norman Cross, un élégant et très simple monu-. In Dr James Thomas Walker wrote "The Depot for Prisoners of War at Norman Cross, Huntingdonshire, to ". In a memorial was erected by the Entente Cordial Society to .
The Depot for Prisoners of War at Norman Cross, Huntingdonshire to , Constable & Co, ; Lloyd, Clive L., A History of Napoleonic & American Prisoners of War , Antique Collectors' Club, ) Taken from The Peterborough Book of . "Between and over , prisoners of war were brought to Britain, as a result of the Napoleonic Wars with France. The existing prisons were soon overflowing, so in a large prison camp was built at Norman Cross in Cambridgeshire – ‘The Norman Cross Depot for Prisoners of War’. Patricia K. Crimmin, ‘Prisoners of war and British port communities, ’, The Northern Mariner / Le Marin du nord, 6 () ‘The Depot for Prisoners of War at Norman Cross, Huntingdonshire, to ’ (London, ). Books and journals Walker, TJ, The Depot for Prisoners of War at Norman Cross, Huntingdonshire, to , () Mytum, HHall, N, 'Norman Cross: Designing and Operating and Eighteenth-Century Prisoner of War Camp' in Mytum, H, Carr, G, Prisoners of War: Archaeology, Memory and Heritage of 19th and 20th Century Mass Internment, (),