Thank you for the respond, if you have more informations about the Kufra refugees it eould be interesting. Actually those shoes we found were found near Dakhla 100 kms south west from Dakhla near a grave, were a fenek was digging out the grave. The poor fellow was burried with his cloth these shoes were yust beside it. We yust took that picture and closed the grave again so the poor fellow could rest in peace.
Last year we also found on our way from the Kharga Oasis directly to Gebel Uweinat a route of camel skeletons every few kilometers. As this was never a trading route, those dead camels could either be from the expedition Prince Kemal el Din made to the Gebel Uweinat 1925 with 500 Camels carrying his fuel. Until now I never found any report on those camel transports, proberbly there was never anything written about them. So we don't knew how many from those camels actually died on the route.
But most proberbly those camels are also from the same Kufra refuguee time. Becaues they are plenty. Not like in Libya and Sudan the camels are Mummified, here you see the skeletons and the white bones.
So may be one has an explinations about that.
In Sudan you have plenty of mummified camels at Gebel Kissu, In Libya all around Uweinat, Archenu and on the way between those.