DHURRINGILE INTERNMENT AND POW CAMP,
|visits since 5 March 2001|
50 German POW Officers and their batmen were detained in the Dhurringile POW Camp in the Tatura District of Victoria during World War 2.
Juergen Schnellbacher, a Postal History dealer in Germany has German POW Post Card from someone in the Dhurringile POW Camp addressed to someone in Germany.
The address side of a Post Card
Dhurringile POW Camp to someone in Germany
Copy of Post Card held by Juergen Schnellbacher
Translation of the Post Card
Since 1 year is gone, that I receive your letter, it would be interesting for me, what time you and Waldemar had often I must think on our time together in Vienna. Here is a another man, he also was in Schanzenbergplatz 13 ( = vienna / i think a common place )
All good to you, neck + leg fracture (means good luck )
Your fellow Helmut
In 1984, the new formed Tatura & District Historical Society identified the seven World War Two POW and Internment camps in the Tatura district of Victoria as being of significant historical importance for the district. The Society opened the Bill Doller Room in 1991 to house their collection on these camps.
POW AND INTERNMENT CAMPS IN THE TATURA DISTRICT
|Camp 1 Tatura Internment Camp||Camp 2 Tatura Internment Camp||Camp 3 Rushworth Internment Camp|
|Camp 4 Rushworth Internment Camp||Camp 6 Graytown POW Camp||Camp 13 Murchison POW Camp|
© Peter Dunn 2004
This page first produced 5 March 2001
This page last updated 25 October 2005