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Gunther Kerger Kerger looks a little sad whenever he speaks of the reunion. Even though he might not make the trip, he knows he'll be remembered. His exploits on his company's championship soccer team grew into a legend during his stay at the camp. He was goalkeeper. "I had a soft job at the camp-washing dishes and doing odd jobs in the kitchen because I played soccer," he recalled. Kerger was the last person to leave the camp when it closed in February, 1946. He had been there since June, 1944. He got there the hard way.


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You are here: Home » 101 Family Stories » 101 Trinidad Area Family Histories » Gunther Kerger
Gunther Kerger Kerger looks a little sad whenever he speaks of the reunion. Even though he might not make the trip, he knows he'll be remembered. His exploits on his company's championship soccer team grew into a legend during his stay at the camp. He was goalkeeper. "I had a soft job at the camp-washing dishes and doing odd jobs in the kitchen because I played soccer," he recalled. Kerger was the last person to leave the camp when it closed in February, 1946. He had been there since June, 1944. He got there the hard way.


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Gunther Kerger Kerger looks a little sad whenever he speaks of the reunion.Even though he might not make the trip, he knows he'll be remembered.His exploits on his company's championship soccer team grew into a legend during his stay at the camp.He was goalkeeper."I had a soft job at the camp-washing dishes and doing odd jobs in the kitchen because I played soccer," he recalled.Kerger was the last person to leave the camp when it closed in February, 1946.He had been there since June, 1944.He got there the hard way.


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Gunther Kerger Kerger looks a little sad whenever he speaks of the reunion.Even though he might not make the trip, he knows he'll be remembered.His exploits on his company's championship soccer team grew into a legend during his stay at the camp.He was goalkeeper."I had a soft job at the camp-washing dishes and doing odd jobs in the kitchen because I played soccer," he recalled.Kerger was the last person to leave the camp when it closed in February, 1946.He had been there since June, 1944.He got there the hard way.After being taken prisoner in May, 1943, in North Africa (he was a paratrooper; under General Rommel), he was transported to Alabama. ("I picked a lot of cotton there," he said.) He then went to Florida, "My brother was in Colorado, and the government allowed prisoners to transfer to camps where they had close relatives," he said.(Note: if you have Photos of this family or know of anyone that does, please have them get in touch with us so that we might share some photos of the family here)Return to Main Family Index


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