Independent Humboldt, Iowa
ADDED TO THE ALGONA GAMP-ABE ALL AGE$|
Two train loads otfGerman pris-soners arrived at tfie camp near Algona last Iveek [for interment there. The ages of the prisoners ran from fifteen to forty-five, reflecting the desperate condition of the Nazi army for men. There were more than 1,000 men in the shipment. These men were said I to be direct from Normandy and were among the prisoners taken during the first days of the inva- i sion. The uniforms of the men were of all sorts. Some, had drab green, some maroon. Some had 1 evidently been aviators, and some had tank crew clothes.
The prisoners were well-behaved and disciplined. They all wore solemn visages and seldom smiled.
The Algona Advance thinks that if these prisoners were from Normandy they will have a lot to tell their fellows who have been in the camp many months. Their account of the progress of the war will surprise some of the die-hards
that still insist that Germany wili win in the e
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