Did the USSR typically allow prisoners to write home, or was this one especially lucky?
What’s this striking art deco building doing in the middle of the nation’s most important Civil War battlefield?
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Americans on the home front had to cope with an unprecedented enemy invasion as thousands of German POWs moved in for
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During the summer of 1944, the government launched a secret and ambitious effort to influence the nearly 380,000 Germans imprisoned in the United States.
In an American Prisoner-of-War camp in Papago Park, AZ, German prisoners turn industrious to organize a breakout and plan their escape to freedom. During World War II, even a safe place like Arizona could be a battle zone, even if only briefly.
The Western Allies and Soviets were forced to make some tough choices concerning German and Axis prisoners of war following World War II.
On August 8, 1945, the Soviet Union declared war on Japan—which led to the imprisonment of some 600,000 Japanese troops.