Description

Created by M. Uchtmann, this artwork is an aerial view of Stalag IVB in Mulhberg, Germany, one of the largest POW camps in WWII. At the bottom left is a group of prisoners, one individual for each nationality imprisoned at the camp, including Polish women soldiers.

The donor’s father, Maurice I. Boyer was a paratrooper and a prisoner at Stalag IVB.

Question about this artifact? Email the Collections Manager, Hal Sellars.

Every artifact in the Air Mobility Command Museum, including this one, is part of the United States Air Force Heritage Program. We are not able to loan artifacts in the museum's collection.

3 Comments

  • I have one of these prints, together with the letter from N Uchtmann which was enclosed to the prisoners he sent the prints to. It belonged to Thomas Harvey who I believe was with the Royal Sussex Regiment. Does it have a value and where would be the appropriate place to sell it. Thank you.
    Susan Chappell

    • Collections Manager

      You would need to talk to an appraiser to get an idea of the value of your print. WWII militaria is collectible and there are many websites that could give you a start in your research. You might start with a local auction house for names of local appraisers.

  • I too a copy of the M-Stammlager IVB Pow Camp Artwork. It belonged to my Uncle, George Daniel Woodhouse, from England. I believe he was imprisoned there.
    It was posted from Afz. N.Uchmann. p/a H.J Baten. 172 Edisonlann. Tilburg Holland. It has remained in its delivery tube and is in good condition.
    Could anyone tell me if this is of any interest to anyone and does it have any value.
    Thank you for your help

    Bryan Woodhouse

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