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First World War Internee Otto Herman Huettenrauch in front of an Internment Hut, Knockaloe Camp, Isle of Man

Date(s): ?1918

Scope & Content: The identification as Otto Herman Huettenrauch is derived from the prisoner number 21207 which is marked on the glass plate, and comparison with the repatriation lists on the ICRC website. His Red Cross information bureau number was 12164. He appears on a list of prisoners in October 1914, age shown as 41, home address: 91 Bellevue Road, Edinburgh. Born: Oelsnitz, Saxony. Shown as (rank) Gmnr, Jager-batalionen 13 Reserve. A man of this name, and approximately the right age, married in Sheepscar, Leeds in 1904. He gave his occupation as chocolate manager and address as Woodriffe Terrace, Newport, Fife.

Additionally he is listed as an exhibitor in 'Camp IV Grosse Kunstgewerbe Austellung 27 Marz bis 2 April 1916'. His exhibit was listed as Machkasten in the Holz-Arbeiten section.

Nationality: German

Language: English

Extent: overall: 16 cm x 12 cm

Physical description: Black & white glass half-plate negative

Item name: photograph

Collection: Photographic Archive

Level: ITEM

ID number: PG/7870/39626


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