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Svenska: Under ett par dagar i oktober 1943 var Göteborgs hamn skådeplats för en unik fångutväxling där tyska krigsfångar byttes mot allierade. Svenska Röda korset skötte den komplicerade arrangemangen under ledning av greve Folke Bernadotte. Greve Folke Bernadotte här i samspråk med australiensiska krigsfångar som anlänt med tyskt tåg till Amerikaskjulet i Göteborgs hamn.
English: During a few days in October 1943, the Port of Gothenburg, Sweden was the scene of a unique prisoner exchange where German and allied prisoners of war were exchanged. The Swedish Red Cross took care of the complex arrangements under the direction of Count Folke Bernadotte. Count Folke Bernadotte here in conversation with Australian POWs who arrived by German train to the Port of Gothenburg.


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current12:03, 22 April 2018Thumbnail for version as of 12:03, 22 April 2018500 × 333 (43 KB)Sebastian Wallroth (talk | contribs)Cropped 3 % horizontally, 10 % vertically using CropTool with precise mode.
16:30, 8 October 2005Thumbnail for version as of 16:30, 8 October 2005515 × 372 (40 KB)UW (talk | contribs)Count Folke Bernadotte (1895-1948), Swedish diplomat, talking with Australian Prisoners of War in Germany, 1943; Source:; License: can be freely used as long as the source is credited
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