Hi Tom, Thank you for your answer and for for this photos... But I got them already...
I guess that the US Army was filming everything so I still hope to find film archives about this camp. Do you know how to proceed for deeper researches?
I would like to find also the family of the Major William Macgrath, Alfred.C.Johnson and especially Francis Tourtellot... Maybes they could have heard about it...?
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i Marie, i have pictures from Attichy pow 1945. My french mother is 91and married an American soldier at the camp.The soldiers would have dances an bus in the local french girls..