writing to prisoners of war – WWII

From The Albany Advertiser of 10 July 1941, advice for loved ones regarding communication with prisoners of war.  The information in this article uses all of the information required on a B.33 Red Cross leaflet to be sure (as much as was possible) that the soldier received mail from home.  The image of the B.33 leaflet comes via this site about Signaller Frank Larkin curated by his son John Larkin.

POW correspondence 1 POW correspondence 2

B33 leaflet - Larkin POW


2 Comments on “writing to prisoners of war – WWII”

  1. John Larkin says:

    Thank you for the mention and link Lynn.

    Best wishes, John.


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