ISLAND FARM
PRISONER OF WAR
CAMP: 198 / Special Camp: XI
Bridgend, South Wales.

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On the night of 10th-11th March 1945, sixty-seven German prisoners tunnelled to freedom from Camp 198 in Bridgend. It was the biggest escape attempt made by German P.O.W.s in Great Britain during the Second World War.

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