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Stories categorised in 'My First Prison Camp - By Ralph Corps'. These stories may contain references to other themes.

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The Canalimieni were under a separate command and were feared more by the Italians than by the British and...

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I did likewise, and saw, not 15 yards away, the Italian sentry in conversation with the Greek. Breakfast...

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When a good fire was blazing in the grate, I filled the earthenware jar with water, placed it in the middle...

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An Italian Alpine sentry was at the post. My friend spoke only a little Italian and a few questions would...

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In the next olive grove and about 100 yards away, gently shielded by some olive trees, was an Italian Red...

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Some Italians are certainly vain, and by entering the town by this method, the officer, I suppose, was...

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The Chief Of Police believed, that my colleague could speak Italian and that he was only shamming that he...

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Our escorts handed us over to their counterparts, the Italian Camp Police, who in turn, conducted us to the...

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