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and how everyone used it until the story of what the Russians had been doing to it? Seems that they thought that the jam was eaten by the German guards. Chapel altar, constructed by the boys was a masterpiece.

The picture of Christ on the cross was painted by a French artist and paid for with cigarettes and chocolate bars. "D-bar." Our wash room was of the

design with cold running water. The new compound had late model spigots, but the others were very old. .By punching holes in a tin can and fastening it to a faucet that had been

turned upside down we had a shower. If the water was on. The theatre was called "Cardboard Playhouse." It was nearly all made of cardboard cartons that the Red Cross food parcels came in. Upper picture is a glamour shot of