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Greetings all,

 

I've been trying to do some research on South African military camps during the second world war for a while now, but I sadly can't find any good sources/pictures.

 

Would any of you here have any idea where I can find good pictures of Camp Cullinan, or any other camp for that matter?

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Hello Gordon,

 

Although this helps a little bit, I primarily meant pictures of the camp itself, which, unfortunately, aren't really included in the URL you sent.

 

Eitherway, I do appreciate getting atleast a bit of information about it.

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Try UDF CAMP CULLINAN in Google images.

You will see pictures etc. from 

The South African
Military History Society

Military History Journal
Vol 14 No 1 - June 2007

MEMORIES OF WAR...
Premier Mine and the village of Cullinan

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