Prisoners of War in Crossen on the Oder were allowed to go into the town each week and my father bought these postcards and sent them back to England to his parents.
at Prisoner of War Camp -
Crossen on the Oder, Poland
by my father, William Cedric Poole - 1916
To pass the time until the war ended, the prisoners were allowed to blacken their faces and make costumes for their variety concerts, so I was told. Josie