Stalag V-A was a German World War II prisoner-of-war camp located on the southern outskirts of Ludwigsburg, Germany. It housed Allied POWs of various nationalities, including Poles, Belgians, Dutchmen, Frenchmen, Britons, Soviets, Italians and Americans.
Stalag XX-A (301) Friesack, Wutzetz/Brandenburg, (Germany) Luftwaffe Camps. The camps for Allied airmen were run by the Luftwaffe independently of the Army. Dulag Luft Oberursel, Frankfurt; Stalag Luft I Barth; Stalag Luft II Litzmannstadt (Poland) Stalag Luft III Sagan; Stalag Luft IV Groß Tychow (Poland) Stalag Luft V Halle/Saale
In Germany, stalag (/ ˈ s t æ l æ ɡ /; German:) was a term used for prisoner-of-war camps. Stalag is a contraction of "Stammlager", itself short for Kriegsgefangenen-Mannschaftsstammlager, a literal translation of which is "War-prisoner" (i.e. POW) "enlisted" "main camp". Therefore, technically "stalag" simply means "main camp".
Seeking rosters of various Stalags. Val Burgessover 4 years ago. Do rosters exist for Stalag VIIA, Stalag Luft III-north and east compound, and Bellaria? I have compiled a list of the air crews that flew 14 October 1943 to Schweinfurt.
Stalag V-A was a German World War II prisoner-of-war camp (Stammlager) located on the southern outskirts of Ludwigsburg, Germany. People Wilmer Lee Breckenridge
Stalag V-A was a German World War II prisoner-of-war camp (Stammlager) located on the southern outskirts of Ludwigsburg, Germany. The prison camp had been constructed on the site of a former German military camp, that had once billeted German cavalry troops and their horses. The red brick...
One site says that Stalag V-A was evacuated on 1st of April 1945. I hope to be able to reconcile all of this information so I can share it with his daughter. Add to this record.
Stalag V-A: Ludwigsburg: Stalag V-B: Villingen: Stalag V-C: Wildberg (Offenburg) Stalag V-D: Strasbourg: Oflag V-A*: Weinsberg: Oflag V-B* Biberach: Oflag V-C* Wuerzach** Stalag VI-A: Hemer/Iserlohn (Westphalie) Stalag VI-B: Neu-Versen: Stalag VI-C: Bathorn/Emsland (fronti?re NL) Stalag VI-D: Dortmund: Stalag VI-F: Bocholt: Stalag VI-G: Bonn ...
Stalag is a contraction of "Stammlager", itself short for Kriegsgefangenen-Mannschafts-Stammlager. According to the Third Geneva Convention of 1929 and its predecessor, the Hague Convention of 1907, Section IV, Chapter 2, these camps were only for prisoners of war, not civilians.
Le Stalag V-A était un camp allemand de prisonniers de guerre de la Seconde Guerre mondiale situé dans la banlieue sud de Louisbourg (Ludwigsburg), en Allemagne. Le chiffre romain V signifie que ce stalag dépendait du district militaire nº V, au sud-ouest de l'Allemagne, siège Stuttgart .