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fred morrell

Joined: 25/06/2012

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Nowa Ruda Coal Mine
Posted: 25/06/2012 11:56:48
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Hi, my name is Fred Morrell I live in Australia with my Scottish wife Helen, her father Joesph Hay was a member of the Gordon Highlanders captured at St Valery in France in 1940 and sent to stalag VIIIB then Lamsdorf, he in a work party was sent to a coal mine in Nuerode (E77).

I belive that that is now Nowa Ruda, if it is possible I would like to get some information of the history of the mine and any possible photos of that time.

I look forward to a reply, Regards......Fred and Helen Morrell
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Joined: 09/06/2016

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Posted: 09/06/2016 23:36:15
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I know its been a long time since your request but I have just uploaded a number of photos of Nowa Ruda Coal Mine, now a museum. IP: 82.15.124.252
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