Meaning of term 'CROCAS'?

Discussion in 'UK PoW Camps' started by Malcolm56, Jan 15, 2021.

  1. Malcolm56

    Malcolm56 Active Member

    Referring to 2 pows that were considered 'dangerous' at Tarporley there is the sentence -
    "At least 2 of the C+ are very dangerous men, named in CROCAS and supposed to be frozen by War Crime Commission (LDC)."

    Does anyone know what CROCAS stands for?
     
  2. Gary Kennedy

    Gary Kennedy Member

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  3. Malcolm56

    Malcolm56 Active Member

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  4. JimHerriot

    JimHerriot Ready for Anything

    For you Malcolm56 (and Gary Kennedy for his post above) plus all who may be interested.

    A "gimme" from a while back that has been much referred to in the years since passed. I guess there will be copies still to be had out there somewhere.

    And as ever, it always pays to read the small print.

    Kind regards, always,

    Jim.

    CROWCASS CWL 1947 Cover.jpg

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    CROWCASS CWL 1947 TSP a.jpg

    CROWCASS CWL 1947 TSP b.jpg
     
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