POW Olympics Stamp

POW Olympics Stamp

After the cancellation of the 1944 Olympics, Polish prisoners of war being held in the Nazi Oflag II-C POW camp staged their own unofficial Olympics games. They made their flag from a bed sheet, an opening ceremony was held and even a commemorative stamp was printed by the camp post office.

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