NANGWARRY (WOOD CAMP)
FOR ITALIAN POWS
NEAR MT. GAMBIER, SOUTH AUSTRALIA
DURING WW2

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Italian POW's were held at the Nangwarry Wood Camp near Mount Gambier in South Australia during World War 2.

 

nangwarry04.jpg (29877 bytes) Town of Nangwarry near Mount Gambier in South Australia in 1944
nangwarry03.jpg (51266 bytes) Close-up of the above photograph
nangwarry01.jpg (25255 bytes) Mario De Orsi at Nangwarry, SA in 1944
nangwarry02.jpg (27102 bytes) Italian Camp leader at the centre of the photograph, with the kitchen staff and other camp personnel in 1944
nangwarry08.jpg (171004 bytes) Close-up of the above photograph
nangwarry05.jpg (30744 bytes) Working party of Italian at Nangwarry Wood Camp in 1944. The Army guard can be seen at the left hand side of the photograph.
nangwarry06.jpg (136258 bytes) Close-up of the above photograph
nangwarry07.jpg (22741 bytes) Internees felling pine logs at Nangwarry Wood Camp near Mount Gambier in South Australia in 1944. The Army guard is located in the centre of the photograph.

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I'd like to thank Jeff Holly for his assistance with this home page. All of the above photographs were supplied by Jeff Holly.

 

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