P. G. 29
P.G. 29 Veano was a converted seminary which stood on a slope overlooking the river Nure in Piacenza province. By late 1942, it housed some three hundred Allied personnel – mostly British, New Zealanders and South Africans – who had been captured in North Africa. A large contingent had arrived after the fall of Tobruk in June that year.
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Derek Cotton and also these links: Cotton Gallery Cotton Escape
George Hosie Sheret