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Yooniq images - 'Ten monthly copies of the 1915 magazines 'In The Ruhleben Camp' plus a copy of the 'Ruhleben Bye-Election at the Concentration Camp for British Civilian Prisoners of War', dated July 1915. These are all bound together in book format. The flyleaf gives the following information - Harry Cocker, c/o Sam Cocker, Greetland, nr. Halifax, England. He was born in Elland in 1885 and was a merchant in Krefeld. He appears to have been arrested on three occasions - 3.9.14, 21.9.14 and…

Our country's urgent need. Every physically fit and hardy man required at once. Join the Sportsman's Battalions. Do it now. Date Created/Published: London : s.n., 1915 | British WW1 Propaganda Poster

The man who would earn his fame as "The Great Omi" was born Horace Ridler in 1892. His origins are a tangle of rumors, which likely helped the man to reinvent himself. According to one version of his story, Ridler was born into an upper class British family, attended Oxford University, and served with the Desert Mountain Corps through the First World War, achieving the rank of major. I

'Cabbage soup again' - the hardships & resilience of men held in Germany's Ruhleben prison camp | Centenary News

Misc. No.11 (1915) The Treatment of British Prisoners of War and Interned Civilians. This 24-page report looks at the conditions found by the 'Inspectors' in the following camps. Burg - Crefeld - Doberitz - Gardelegen - Gottingen - Gustrow - Helle - Magdeburg - Munster -Osnabruck - Satzwedel - Scheuen - Schloss - Celle - Zossen.

Forward! Forward to victory. Enlist now. LOC Summary: Poster showing a mounted soldier brandishing a sword, his horse at full gallop | British WW1 Propaganda Poster