The most comprehensive and detailed account of the Napoleonic prisoners is found in Ian MacDougall’s book ‘All men are brethren: French, Scandinavian, Italian, German, Dutch, Belgian, Spanish, Polish, West Indian, American and other prisoners of war in Scotland during the Napoleonic Wars, 1803-1814′ (2008). ‘Papers of Field Marshal (Earl) Haig (1861-1928)’. It may be best to start by contacting another organisation, particularly if you are interested in records from the Second World War (see section 7for details). See the. It is a popular tourist attraction, and a categ… [4] 200 were based at Camp 60 on Lamb Holm. google_ad_client = 'pub-9912973797081854'; Search This wiki This wiki All wikis | Sign In Don't have an account? Many, like Nardino Nardini, were interned on the Isle of Man and Guiseppe Verrecchia, father of Riccardo the owner of La Scarpetta restaurant in Balloch, was reputedly the youngest internee at … NT19639777, Leucahtsbeath Cottages, Cowdenbeath. Aftermath At Addis Ababa. The golf course is and was completely separate and had no connection with the PoW camp. And the story behind it is even more surprising. This is a list of Prisoner of War (POW) Camps located in the United Kingdom during World War II. Lost under modern housing development. 486 Italians and 175 Germans were killed. Funder: Scottish Coal Hut converted to camp chapel by Ukrainian PoWs remains. Andrew's Church Hall, Kirkcudbright', but no record of that building ever being used to billet PoWs. This Italian Chapel was built in 1942 in a prisoner of war camp near Newcastle Emlyn, in Mid Wales. ,