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POW Horty Heinrich photo album

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Date Range
1943-1946
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20181033
Physical Description
44 black and white photographic prints
Scope and Content
Photographs during his service in Wehrmacht Heer (Land Forces) show light armored vehicle with its crew. Later photographs show POW Camp 133-Lethbridge and transit camps -- Ozada camp 133 or the Kananaskis/Seebe Camp 130. Lethbridge Camp 133 was the largest Prisoner of War Camp in the Dominion of C…
Date Range
1943-1946
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Horty Heinrich
Physical Description
44 black and white photographic prints
History / Biographical
The owner of the album, Horty Heinrich was Gefreiter Service Heer (first rank after completion of basic training, OR-2 on the NATO rank scale) during WWII in Wehrmacht.
Scope and Content
Photographs during his service in Wehrmacht Heer (Land Forces) show light armored vehicle with its crew. Later photographs show POW Camp 133-Lethbridge and transit camps -- Ozada camp 133 or the Kananaskis/Seebe Camp 130. Lethbridge Camp 133 was the largest Prisoner of War Camp in the Dominion of Canada encompassing 638 acres and housing 13, 500 prisoners. The photographs from Camp 133 show gymnastics and soccer sports teams, musical and theatrical performances/productions, prisoners in German uniforms, military funeral, Nazi salute, flag and symbols, and Reichsadlers (Imperial Eagles) as hall interior décor. Camp 133 closed in 1946, and all remaining POWs were repatriated to Germany.
Accession No.
20181033
Collection
Archive
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Date Range
1949-1953
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20131020
Physical Description
6 digital photographs
Scope and Content
6 photographs depicting Judy Robins as a child with her family
Date Range
1949-1953
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Judy Robins
Physical Description
6 digital photographs
History / Biographical
Judy Lea Robins (Amundson) 1945 - 2018 Judy Robins was born in Lethbridge to Helen and Chester Robins on June 14, 1945 and spent her childhood and young adult life attending LCI and Business College. Judy moved to Calgary following Business College to begin a long successful career with CIBC. She started the Cash Management group and would later retire from CIBC World Markets. In her retirement, Judy returned home to Lethbridge. She began scrapbooking, card making, she was a member of the Lethbridge Historical Society.
Scope and Content
6 photographs depicting Judy Robins as a child with her family
Accession No.
20131020
Collection
Archive
Less detail