Mantua, Province of Mantua, Italy
This camp was initially designated Stalag 337 Mantua. It is reported to have opened November 1943. Apparently, in 1944 it was re-numbered Stalag 339. It then became Dulag 339, possibly from August 1944.
Dulag 339 was a German controlled camp for prisoners being transferred from Italy to Germany.
Mantua is a comune in Lombardy, Italy. It is located about 45 miles (72 km) north of Modena.
Note: Distinct from PG 339 Pisa, Tuscany and Stalag 339 Trieste, North Eastern Italy, south of Udine..
Found 4 POWs
|Last name||First name||Rank||Nationality||Unit||Service number||Camp||POW number|
|Dunn||Donald McGillivray||Private||British Army, Scots Guards||2697701||Dulag 339 (337) Mantua (also known as Montova).|
|MacGillivray||Angus McGillivray||Soldier Trooper||British Army, Lovat Scouts||2822147||Dulag 339 (337) Mantua (also known as Montova).|
|Miles||Francis A||Lieutenant||British Army, Manchester Regiment||264979||Dulag 339 (337) Mantua (also known as Montova).||15742|
|Smith||Walter James||Rifleman||British||British Army, King's Royal Rifle Corps, 1st Battalion (KRRC)||6855739||Dulag 339 (337) Mantua (also known as Montova)., Stalag VIIA Moosburg||140508|
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