“Please send some cocoa”: Hans Keller’s letters from internment | MusiCB3 Blog

Mooragh Promenade, facing South, in Ramsey, Isle of Man. In the foreground are the remnants of the barbed wire fence posts that were erected around this area, used as an internment camp during World War II.

In the summer of 1940, in the face of what seemed the inexorable advance of Nazi Germany across Europe towards English shores, bringing with it the fear of imminent invasion, the British Government…

Source: “Please send some cocoa”: Hans Keller’s letters from internment | MusiCB3 Blog

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One thought on ““Please send some cocoa”: Hans Keller’s letters from internment | MusiCB3 Blog

  1. One of the few articles I have read about internees. He was obviously no danger to this country, and even allowed to apply to join the Pioneer Corps too. If they were genuinely any threat, why allow them into the Armed Forces, whatever the capacity?
    Best wishes, Pete.

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