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Oflag IV D

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Oflag IV-D Elsterhorst was a World War II German Army Prisoner-of-war camp for Allied officers located near Hoyerswerda, then part of Lower Silesia, 44 km north-east of Dresden.

Timeline

  • June 1940: part of Stalag IV-A was separated ou and made into an Oflag for Belgian. British, and French officers taken prisoner during the Battle of France. Also a separate part of the camp was set aside as a hospital for prisoners Reserve Lazarett 742.
  • September 1943: many British Commonwealth officers from the North Africa campaign. that had been held in Italian prisoner of war camps were transferred to Oflag IV-D
  • May 1945 the camp was liberated by the Red Army. Before that many prisoners had been marched south-west.
  • References

    Oflag IV-D Wikipedia


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