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Images of Major James Lewis Rowland Huelin at his home in the island. Major Huelin, known as Bob, was a prisoner of war during the Second World War, and the final camp of his five year captivity was at Colditz Castle. These images were taken to commemorate the thirty fifth anniversary since Major Huelin's release from the camp. On the 7th March 1980, the Imperial War Museum in London held a meeting for those who had been imprisoned at Colditz Castle, which is where the photograph of the Castle may be from. Jersey Evening Post

Negatives have been scanned at 1,200 dpi and can be downloaded as high quality jpg files. The quality of the scanned image is dependent on the condition of the original.

Reference

L/A/75/A3/5/3327

Date

March 11th 1980 - March 11th 1980

Names

Huelin, Major
Huelin, James Lewis Rowland
Huelin, Bob

Keywords

majors | Prisoners of war | Colditz, Saxony | Imperial War Museum | exhibitions | Artwork | Portraits | soldiers | Wars | Second World War | prisoner of war camps

Dimensions

25 35mm negative

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

Closed for preservation. Please view digital image.

Closed until

2100

Photographer Ron Mayne
JEP Photographic Job Number 1980/3327.

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