Book Launch: The Salter Album - Encounters in Malta's Prisoner of War Camps 1914-1920
The National Archives developed this book around the Salter Album, an autograph album of the prisoners of war detained in Malta, kept by George Salter, an English soldier serving at the camps. Salter got married to Mary Tabone, a Maltese lady employed at the camps as well and they had a daughter, Marylyn Peringer. With her assistance, and supported by the embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, we published this book that includes the Salter Album as well as articles by Marylyn herself, Giovanni Bonello, Alan Green and Stephen C Spiteri.
Book Launch Details:
Venue: St.Margaret College Boys' Secondary (Verdala), St. Nicholas Road, Bormla
Date: 13 November 2014
During the book launch Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Kruse and Prof. Henry Frendo will deliver a presentation on the origins and consequences of World War I, particularly in the Mediterranean.
Marylyn Peringer, George Salter’s daughter will present the book
Pre-Publication Price: €23 (Regular Price: €28) You can book a copy by sending an email on firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is being organised by the National Archives of Malta and the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
Talks will be in English