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An Insight into Civilian Internment in Britain during WWI

From the Diary of Richard Noschke and a short essay by Rudolf Rocker. Fully revised 2nd edition (1998). During the First World War a large number of German civilians resident in Britain were interned for the duration and subsequently repatriated. This book is illustrated with contemporary photographs and contains the diary of an internee held at Stratford in East London, Alexandra Palace in North ...

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Civilian Internment in Britain During WW2: Huyton Camp. Eye Witness accounts.

by Jennifer Taylor. Eye Witness accounts of WW1 POW camp at Huyton, near Liverpool...

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Hermann Korf. The Tailor of Ongar

by Paul Barnfield. Hermann Korf was interned in 1915 in Douglas, Isle of Man, but returned to Ongar, in Essex, after a short period. Based on Korf family papers...

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How to Research Your German Ancestors

by Peter Towey, 3rd ed, (2013). Completely revised & updated guide to reserarching your German ancestors in UK and in German-speaking parts of Europe....

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Interned in Alexandra Palace - Wilhelm Reinhold Teuchert

by Paul Barnfield, Rupert Ridgewell & Jennifer Taylor. based on his diary 1915-16 with a biography. Wilhelm Reinhold Teuchert was born in 1870 near Leipzig. He was a chef and settled in London and raised a family there. After the sinking of the Lusitania in 1915 he was swept up in the general internment of enemy aliens and spent the rest of the war in Alexandra Palace....

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Re-Educating German POWs after WW2. The contribution of Paul Bondy to the lecture programme.

edited by Jennifer Taylor. Based on correspondence & reports by Paul Bondy & Hermann Sinsheimer....

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Tastes of Hohenlohe/So Schmecht Hohenlohe.

edited by Carol M Woodhouse & Karl-Heinz Wuestner. A collection of recipes from the descendants of the 19th century Hohenlohe Pork Butchers who came to UK and the families they served. Spirally bound. Each Recipe in English and German. Also some of the stories of the migrant families contributing recipes....

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The German Hospital in London and the Community it served 1845 to 1948

By Maureen Specht. Fully revised 2nd edition (1997). This A4-size illustrated book sets out the history of the German Hospital in Dalston, Hackney, in central London, which was founded by the German Community to provide medical care to the expanding German-speaking population. It also tells about the German community in England and why so many chose to live there. 72 pages (A4) with many illustrat...

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The German Orphanage, Dalston, 1879-1939

by Patrick Wiegand.. History of the orphanage written by the grandson of the Master & Matron & extensively illustrated....

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