alexa Royal Air Forces Ex-POW Association

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Royal Air Forces Ex-POW Association

More than 10,000 pilots of the Royal Air Force got to be Prisoners of War (POW) amid World War II, including maritime and other administration fliers. The Association advanced in the 1950s from a little gathering of Kriegies [Kriegsgefangener = POW] who met infrequently at a bar in Holborn, London: POWs from later clashes are likewise individuals. The treatment of detainees in Europe was to a great extent as per the Geneva Convention, however in the confounded period towards the end of the war numerous endured on constrained walks as the Germans withdrew. Some ex-POWs today experience the ill effects of the impacts of being caught and from the states of their detainment, particularly the individuals who were in camps in the Far East. Members from later clashes are dynamic in keeping up the comradeship that POWs produce in misfortune.

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