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Henry Masterman Mist Diaries and Prisoners Pie Magazine

Diaries of Heny Masterman Mist and a copy of Prisoners’ Pie, the Ruhleben Camp magazine. Learn more.

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BC Archives MS-2570

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and another lady were present. also Bismarck.

Feb. 22. Mon. Geo. Logie & Godfrey Ludlow brought in today.

Feb. 24. Wed. All men over age of 55 or under 17, also all who thought themselves un-fitted for military service notified to report at "Captain's Box" between 3 & 4 p.m.

Feb. 25. Thurs. Five of us, in our loft, had a table made for 4 m. so can now have our meals in comparative comfort.

Feb. 26. Am suffering from chilblains on fingers. Note from Tottie.

Feb. 27. Sat. Got box with provisions fr. Tottie & Frau Pfotenhauer.

Feb. 28. Sun. Snowstorm last night & this p.m. Letters from Mother & Edie of Jan 20 & 25.

Mar. 3rd. Wed. American Ambassador Gerard & secretary inspected the camp in p.m. Letter paper given out for first time today, but only a few sheets given out.

BC Archives, MS-2570 MIST, Henry Masterman Box 1 Diary, Ruhleben, 06 Feb 1915 - O6 Mar 1918. File 2

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