RM2M3K2DN–Three captured German aircrew (centre) being marched through a London train station by British military police, on their way to a prisoner-of-war camp.
RM2A2WCTT–Photograph - 'Hun Prisoners near Pont d'Achelles', France, Sergeant John Lord, World War I, 1916-1917, Black and white photographic print which shows two German prisoners being treated by two New Zealand soldiers. Over the course of World War I Britain had captured 72,000 prisoners of war, most of these just before Armistice in 1918. In comparison, Germany had captured 2.5 million prisoners, with the majority of these being released upon the conclusion of the war. Central Powers
RM2JTE249–A vintage photo circa September 1944 showing German prisoners of war of the German 2nd Parachute Division after being captured during the Battle for Brest in France world war two.
RM2M5F9AT–German PoWs are escorted from their train carriage and along the platform at a London station (possibly Euston) by British Military Police. These prisoners are U-boat crew and are being transferred from one camp to another.
RM2E5BBP0–German prisoners of War being escorted out of Paris during WWII. The Liberation of Paris (French: Libération de Paris) involved a military battle during World War II that ran from 19 August 1944 until the German garrison surrendered the French capital on 25 August 1944.
RM2K4MWWC–IRMA GRESE NAZI CONCENTRATION CAMP GUARD (left) Irma Ilse Ida Grese (7 October 1923 – 13 December 1945) was a Nazi concentration camp guard at Ravensbrück and Auschwitz, and served as warden of the women's section of Bergen-Belsen. Together with Joseph Kramer BEAST OF BELSEN Hauptsturmführer and the Commandant of Auschwitz-Birkenau and of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camps. Being guarded in custody by a British soldier. Two sadistic Nazi concentration camp officials who were executed for their war crimes against humanity.
RM2JREE09–A vintage photo circa 1942 showing British soldiers searching German prisoners of war of the German 90th Light Division Afrika korps after being captured at El Alamein Egypt
RMP67TCN–Photograph of German POWs packed into the Nonant le Prin prisoner camp after being captured in the Falaise Pocket. Dated 1944
RM2HGGN7C–A vintage photo circa May 1943 of defeated Italian soldiers being taken as prisoners of war to an internment camp after the battle of Tunis and defeat of the German Afrika Korps
RM2A60321–German prisoners being searched after being captured south of El Alamein. They were members of the German crack division, the 90th Light Div., and were wearing armbands of the Afrikakorps. Photographic print.
RMRGJP8C–Two German Prisoners Being Brought in, Ardennes-Alsace Campaign, Battle of the Bulge, 1945
RMB3P4JJ–World War II Invasion of France German prisoners of war captured during the battle for Caen at the begin of July being led by a