|Name||Camp 30 POW Camp|
|Address||2044 Lambs Rd, Clarington, ON L0B, Canada|
|Category||Sights / Landmarks / Museums|
A Canadian POW for German soldiers during WWII where prisoners hatched an elaborate escape plan.
Location: 43.9284, -78.6663
The Bowmanville POW camp, also known as Camp 30, was a Canadian-run POW camp for German soldiers during World War II located in the community of Bowmanville, Ontario in Clarington, Ontario, Canada.
In 1943, prisoners Otto Kretschmer and Wolfgang Heyda were the subject of an elaborate escape attempt named Operation Kiebitz. In September 2013, the camp was designated a National Historic Site of Canada.