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  • Lower Styria near the Hungarian and Yugoslav borders, in the Drau valley or the

    Red Cross Report 2010

  • By October 1942 their number had risen to nearly 4,000 and continued to rise until, by the end of 1944, there were over 8,000 men, including those at the branch camp of Spittal/Drau.

    History of Stalag XVIII A 2010

  • The train took them to the town of Spittal situated on the river Drau in southern Austria, near the Italian border, where they camped in a field surrounded with barbed wire.

    John McWilliams 2010

  • Malta is in a valley (Maltatal) above Spittal an der Drau.

    Work Camp 10049 GW 2010

  • They were eventually transferred to Stalag 18A/Z at Spittal an der Drau and then to Stalag

    Roll Call 2010

  • Stalag 18B: There was a camp with this designation at Spittal an der Drau and at

    Roll Call 2010

  • There are three wooden barracks well situated in the Drau valley in Eastern

    Work Camp 10925 GW 2010

  • The country around the camp is rather flat but there are splendid views of the mountains on either side of the Drau valley.

    Work Camp 11086 GW 2010

  • Marlag from there, I managed to join the list and we left Spittal-an-der-Drau on

    Thomas Hawksworth 2010

  • We passed through Villach and went on to Spittal-on-the-Drau and from there were drafted into parties ranging in numbers from 20 to 50 men and sent out to various jobs in Southern Germany and Austria.

    Walter (Bill) Gossner 2010


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