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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: Prisoners at the 208 Prisoner of War Camp attached to the 101 Provost Company at Souk el Khemis. It is a small transit camp holding no more than forty prisoners.
Description: Prisoners sitting on a bench with a British corporal ladling out soup. British soldiers. Prisoners are handed packets of biscuits. German prisoners eating their food. Seventeen year-old Adolph Kleiser, the youngest German to pass through the camp. A guard with a Thompson machine gun. Prisoners in the enclosure. A sign on a gate. The buildings of the camp. Germans are marched into an enclosure through a barbed wire fence. A prisoner is marched into the courtyard. The prisoner salutes the Intelligence Officer who is sitting at a table. The prisoner is questioned. He is marched to the table. Another prisoner is taken from the cage. Prisoners with an escort. The Intelligence Officer and prisoners at a table. A Nazi corporal is marched in for questioning. The corporal with the Intelligence Officer. A medical officer examines a prisoner with suspected scabies. Close-up of sign reading Souk El Khemis POW Cage. The Commandant of the camp. Guards herding prisoners into the cage.