Original German WWII Named POW Detained at Camp Opelika Alabama

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Original Items: One-of-a-kind Set. This is a set of original paperwork a World War Two German soldier named Konrad Hallenga who was born March 27th, 1925 and was a Grenadier in the German Army. His army serial number was 31G120127. Konrad came from the German city Papenburg which is located in the Northwest of Germany. This paperwork set consits of the following pieces:

- Discharge from U.S. detention dated August 30th, 1948.

- POW Post card to Katherina Hallenga dated June 27th, 1944.

- POW Card of Capture

Camp Opelika was a World War II era prisoner of war (POW) camp in Opelika, Alabama. Its construction began in September 1942 and it shut down in September 1945. The first prisoners, captured by the British, were part of General Erwin Rommel's feared Africa Corps. It held approximately 3,000 German prisoners at any one time.


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