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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 28, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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f INTERNED GERMANS, LONELY, SPEND TIME
MAKING TOYS AT DETENTION CAMPV
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Top, interned German sailors from the Kronpnnz Wilhelm, Com
mander Thierfelder at right. Below, one of the sailors and his pet cat.
BY LINTON K. STARR
Ft. McPherson, Ga., April 28. I
came to Ft. McPherson, where sail
ors taken from German interned ves
sels are being held, to see the enemy
in his pen.
I saw him through strands of
barbed wir.e.
Beyond tkat'he would not be seen
and sent word verbaljjv-ateo via pea,
much readers of The Day Book
wanted to know how he spends his
hours, it was none of their dernded
business, or words to that effect
After considerable scouting I saw
Fritz through" the eyes of a man who
has studied him in his dry land ship
and learned that:
The 411 officers and men have
dubbed their camp the Kronprinz
nk and .nAiyrthatCno-jnfterjy-'ilhelm,,
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