June 14, 2010
Pen & ink drawing from 1946 by Dr. Kriessmann’s father: Inside the Wolfsberg British-run detention camp near Klagenfurt, where both were held after WWII. (Click here to enlarge)
Dr. Kriessmann gives his personal account of:
- Life in Berlin as pilot for the general staff
- Ninety-three bomber missions on the Eastern Front
- How and why he was put in a British detention camp after returning home
- Conditions and companions in Wolfsberg and Wetzelsdorf camps
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