Hundreds gathered at Cultybraggan Camp for the second annual PoW march and Heritage Day.
Comrie Heritage Group and history enthusiasts Kampfgruppe Schottland, a re-enactment organisation which portrays WWII German units, joined forces to recreate the dramatic piece of living history.
‘Captives’ were paraded through the village to the camp, where they were billeted and remained in character throughout the afternoon giving visitors an idea of what it was like to be an internee at Cultybraggan.
Wartime memorabilia and military vehicles were also on display. Fly Right Dance Company entertained and propaganda films from the era were screened.
Some of the prisoners tried to escape but were soon apprehended as they tried to blend in with visitors on the vintage bus.
The camp also received a special visit from Winston Churchill, who made his famous speech to the watching crowds before taking a tour of the Nissen Huts, where he inspected the PoWs.
Among those who attended was real-life PoW Ernst Krebs (89), a Luftwaffe radio operator who was held at the camp in 1944.
Mr Krebbs stayed on in Scotland after the war, setting up home in Hamilton.
Fiona Davidson, of Comrie Heritage Group, thanked all those who took part.
She said: “We had many more visitors this year despite the weather.
“We were very excited by our special visitor Winston Churchill and would like to say a big thank you to everyone who helped and contributed to making this such a successful day
“It was a fantastic event for all the community.”
Andy Dowds, from Kampfgruppe Schottland, said: “We feel that Cultybraggan offers so much to the community of Comrie and its fascinating history is one worth preserving for future generations.
“Bringing history to life in such a unique way ensures that we maintain a solid link to the past.”