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Oflag VII-A Murnau

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Oflag VII-A
Murnau am Staffelsee, Bavaria
Various items of daily use from Murnau
Various items of daily use from Murnau
from the Museum of the Polish Army, Warsaw
Oflag VII-A is located in Germany
Oflag VII-A
Oflag VII-A
Coordinates47°41′52″N 11°11′34″E / 47.6978°N 11.1927°E / 47.6978; 11.1927
TypePrisoner-of-war camp
Site information
Controlled by Nazi Germany
Site history
In use1939-1945
Garrison information
OccupantsPolish Army officers

Oflag VII-A Murnau was a German Army POW camp for Polish Army officers during World War II. It was located 2 km (1.2 mi) north of the Bavarian town of Murnau am Staffelsee.

Camp history

The camp was created in September 1939. It consisted of an enclosure 200 m (660 ft) square, surrounded with barbed wire and guard towers. Immediately after the German invasion of Poland, at the beginning of World War II, some 1,000 Polish officers were imprisoned there. On April 27, 1942, additional Polish POWs were transferred there from the so-called "Generals' Camp" Oflag VIII-E in Johannisbrunn, Sudetenland (now Janské Koupele, Czech Silesia). After the failed Warsaw Uprising and "Operation Tempest" more prisoners were brought there from Poland. By early 1945 the number of POWs held in the camp reached over 5,000.

The camps was liberated by troops of the U.S. 12th Armored Division on 29 April 1945.[1]

List of notable prisoners

Among those imprisoned in Murnau were:

Rear Admiral (Kontradmirał)

Divisional Generals (Generał dywizji)

Brigade Generals (Generał brygady)

Majors

Capitans

  • Bronisław Przyłuski [pl]
  • Władysław Dawidek [pl]

See also

References

  1. ^ Rempfer, Olivier (2011). "Les photos oubliées". hollow.one.free.fr. Retrieved 17 April 2012.

- The forgotten photos http://murnau-oflag.com

External links

This page was last edited on 25 May 2021, at 21:26
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