Moutfort (Luxembourgish: Mutfert; German: Mutfort) is a small village in the commune of Contern in southern Luxembourg. Was a prisoner-of-war camp located there during World War II? From the postcard shown below, apparently there was, but I can't find any documentation about the camp.
This postcard is addressed to "Camp Mutfort (Luxembourg)," is dated February 10, 1946, and was postmarked the next day, February 11th, at Kirchworbis, a Thuringian town in the district of Eichsfeld in Germany. It's nicely franked with a pair of the 8-pf definitive issued for the post-WWII occupation of Thuringia (Scott No. 16N5) .
The card recently turned up in a collection of lagerpost letters sent to Luxembourg addresses. I notice a couple vanity marks at the bottom right on the message side, so other collectors must have appreciated this card.
Does anyone know more about the detention of prisoners-of-war at Moutfort and the handling of their incoming and outgoing mail?