Source: U.S. National Archives, World War II Prisoners of War Data Files, documenting the period December 7, 1941–November 19, 1946 (Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated from CC 59 Ascoli Picenzo Italy 43-13), Francis A. Thomas Camp 59 internment—March 1942–May 1943, R. C. R. Boulton Kenneth Seldon escaped from Camp 59 but was recaptured and sent to Germany. Norman A. Ellsworth

[United Kingdom], Jermiah J. Langone Serial Number—34088215 Private Private Service Number—2368486 State of Residence—Kansas Source: U.S. National Archives, World War II Prisoners of War Data Files, documenting the period December 7, 1941–November 19, 1946 (Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated from CC 59 Ascoli Picenzo Italy 43-13), James F. Quigley, Jr. Source: U.S. National Archives, World War II Prisoners of War Data Files, documenting the period December 7, 1941–November 19, 1946 (Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated from CC 59 Ascoli Picenzo Italy 43-13), Clovis G. Amos Source: U.S. National Archives, World War II Prisoners of War Data Files, documenting the period December 7, 1941–November 19, 1946 (Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated from CC 59 Ascoli Picenzo Italy 43-13), Arthur S. Elliott London Irish Rifles Source: U.S. National Archives, World War II Prisoners of War Data Files, documenting the period December 7, 1941–November 19, 1946 (Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated from CC 59 Ascoli Picenzo Italy 43-13), Earl Hug U.S. Army, Infantry—Rifle Escaped from Camp 59 on September 14, 1943 Source: Giuseppe Millozzi, Allied Prisoners of War in the Region of the Marche and Prison Camp at Servigliano, Hilbert H. Balk Source: U.S. National Archives, World War II Prisoners of War Data Files, documenting the period December 7, 1941–November 19, 1946 (Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated from CC 59 Ascoli Picenzo Italy 43-13), John Savageau State of Residence—Missouri Welwyn Garden City Western Australia

Blain Prewitt’s name and address (above) were written on a card in Luther Shields’ deck of playing cards. Smithton, Penna. Source: U.S. National Archives, World War II Prisoners of War Data Files, documenting the period December 7, 1941–November 19, 1946 (Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated from CC 59 Ascoli Picenzo Italy 43-13), Virgil Jarvis, Jr. Source: U.S. National Archives, World War II Prisoners of War Data Files, documenting the period December 7, 1941–November 19, 1946 (Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated; no camp listed), Escaped from Camp 59 with Peter J. Calvagno, Edmond Petrelli, Joe C. Mandese, and Tony Spicola, Carl L. Valentine State of Residence—Iowa 21 Locust Street

Brooklyn, New York, Third Regiment U.S. Army, Infantry—Rifle U.S. Army, Infantry See post “Dual Purpose Deck of Cards,” January 5, 2009. Source: U.S. National Archives, World War II Prisoners of War Data Files, documenting the period December 7, 1941–November 19, 1946 (Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated from CC 59 Ascoli Picenzo Italy 43-13), Mariano F. Barone Sergeant State of Residence—unlisted

Serial Number—34312025 Serial Number—37129829 U.S. Army, Infantry 5539 Beacon Avenue U.S. Army, service branch unlisted Private First Class U.S. Army, Infantry

Change ), Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) POW Freemen in Europe, Francis Cecil “Dick” George’s Account of Camp, J. Keith Killby's Account of the Escape in the UK Telegraph, November 2008, Sid Bowland’s Account of Camp 59 and the Escape, The National Archives Access to Archival Databases, Veterans History Project of The Library of Congress. Source: George Wale’s son-in-law Tom Hill. U.S. Army—1st Armored Division, 27th Field Artillery Private Source: U.S. National Archives, World War II Prisoners of War Data Files, documenting the period December 7, 1941–November 19, 1946 (Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated from CC 59 Ascoli Picenzo Italy 43-13), Gaines S. Robinson

( Log Out /  Private R.R. State of Residence—Missouri Hammersmith Adolph J. Corona Arthur Roberts’ name and address (above) were written on a card in Luther Shields’ deck of playing cards. Source: U.S. National Archives, World War II Prisoners of War Data Files, documenting the period December 7, 1941–November 19, 1946 (Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated from CC 59 Ascoli Picenzo Italy 43-13), Address: State of Residence—Mississippi

Hattiesburg, Miss. State of Residence—unlisted Private

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