POW diaries - Captain Percival Lowe, item 31

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 O  The Irish were all put into one room. The Rebels

Room.


[in red ink] X One of his habits was at certain hours to pace up and down the

room like a caged lion at a rapid pace. He was fond of chess

+ for a Russian was no brilliant player. He was a man

of means in his own country. Most Russian officers are very

very poor. [/in red ink]

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 O  The Irish were all put into one room. The Rebels

Room.


[in red ink] X One of his habits was at certain hours to pace up and down the

room like a caged lion at a rapid pace. He was fond of chess

+ for a Russian was no brilliant player. He was a man

of means in his own country. Most Russian officers are very

very poor. [/in red ink]


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  • June 17, 2017 18:24:47 Annick Rodriguez

     O  The Irish were all put into one room. The Rebels

    Room.


    [in red ink] X One of his habits was at certain hours to pace up and down the

    room like a caged lion at a rapid pace. He was fond of chess

    + for a Russian was no brilliant player. He was a man

    of means in his own country. Most Russian officers are very

    very poor. [/in red ink]


  • June 17, 2017 18:24:20 Annick Rodriguez

     O  The Irish were all put into one room. The Rebels

    Room.


    [in red ink] X One of his habits was at certain hours to pace up and down the

    room like a caged lion at a rapid pace. He was fond of chess

    + for a Russian was no brilliant player. He was a man

    of means in his own country. Most Russian officers are very

    very poor.



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