• Unveiling of Stobs memorial – Armistice Day 2018

    We are delighted to have completed the reconstruction of the memorial at Stobs Camp. Originally built by the German prisoners for their ‘Comrades who died far from home’ it had been destroyed in the 1960s […]

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  • Hawick Museum exhibitions

    The Stobs Camp Project is delighted to announce that Hawick Museum will be opening two new exhibitions on Sunday 4th November 2018. Behind the Wire: Civilian Internment in the British Empire, 1914-1919 – includes Stobs […]

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  • Upcoming talks in 2019

    The Stobs Camp Project is out on the road again soon. Here are our upcoming talks: – March 28-30, 2019 – Knockaloe, a local, national, global perspective – Isle of Man conference April 28, 2019 […]

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  • Aerial video - new

    Aerial video – new

    Following on from their super drone images of Stobs Camp in 2016 Border Archaeology have re-edited their film of the PoW camp. It reveals the beautiful scenery around Stobs but also reminds us how isolated and exposed the camp was. With special […]

     
  • Aerial video

    Aerial video

    Following on from their super aerial images of Stobs Camp Border Archaeology returned and flew a drone over the site and captured this footage of the PoW Camp. It reveals the beautiful scenery around Stobs but also reminds us how isolated and […]

     
  • Aerial photography

    Aerial photography

    On a clear and sunny day in Autumn 2016 Border Archaeology flew a drone over Stobs Camp and captured many of the PoW camp’s features. They show A camp, B camp, C camp and D camp and the path of the […]