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World War One Audit of Surviving Remains

Date 8 October 2013

Event ID 965169

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type World War One Audit of Surviving Remains


A First World War prisoner of war camp is listed under the name of Kinlochleven in the 1919 'List of Places of Internment' in Britain, its colonies and dominions. German soldiers, other than officers and senior NCOs, could be put to work that did not directly further the prosecution of the war. The camp at Kinlochleven is reported as being one of two (the other being at Caolasnacon) to house prisoners working on building the road along Loch Leven.

The huts would have been wooden, probably sourced from local forests, and not Nissen huts as a previous authority states.

Information from HS/RCAHMS World War One Audit Project (GJB) 8 October 2013.

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