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Knockaloe Camp Life, 1914-18

Date made: 1914-1918

Description: Six black and white and one watercolour drawing made in the Knockaloe Camp, 1914-18 by prisoner P.O. Flugge showing camp life.

A. Watercolour 6 3/8 inch x 9 1/2 inch signed P. O. Flugge 1914
B. An Der Theaterkasse' 6 3/8 inch x 10 inch (used as an illustration on p.34 of 'Living with the Wire' (1994).
C. An Wasch Hans Morgens um 7.55 Knockaloe Camp Comp.11.19 1915 6 1/2 inch x 9 1/2 inch
D. Sportsleute
E. Er und Er
F. Die Seelut (or Seelot) all 8 inch x 5 1/2 inch
G. Salve amici, 1914 3 1/2 inch x 5 inch.

The closest match for this artist on the ICRC website appears to be Paul Oskar Flugge, home address 41/42 Greiswalderstr. Berlin, recorded as being at Knockaloe in 1915. Berlin marriage records show him at this address, married 30 April 1921, d.o.b 5 April 1891. Occupation Kaufmann (businessman).

Measurements: A. 6 3/8 inch x 9 1/2 inch B. 6 3/8 inch x 10 inch circa

Materials: paper

Object name: drawing

Collection: Art Collection

ID number: 1967-0147



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