THE HIGHLANDERS' PREDICAMENT.
The 'Messaggero' of Rome published a report from - its Berlin correspondent, who was allowed to visit the | camp at Doeberitz, where, according to German statements, 6,000 British prisoners ara concentrated. The correspondent said : "They all have a martial aspect, and arc proud of being English, even in their present position. The Germans offered the Highlanders German army trousers to protect them from the cold, but the offer was indignantly rejected. Many of the prisoners are being employed on .the construction at Doeberitz of wooden huts for the accommodation of 1,000 prisoners, who, during the winter, will have electric light and gaa heating." •
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THE HIGHLANDERS' PREDICAMENT., Evening Star, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914
THE HIGHLANDERS' PREDICAMENT. Evening Star, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914
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