Comparing The Conditions Of Prisoners Of War Camps During World War II

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WWII Prisoner of War Camps in the U.S. Allison Gladish 1st period Unfortunately, during World War II, our country had many Prisoner-of-War camps for the capture of German soldiers. The camps were mostly located in the south. Living conditions were pleasant under the circumstances. Prisoners had many privileges in the camps but also had to work very hard. The camps were all over the US but mostly in the south because of the expense of heating the barracks. The barracks were very hot in the summer and very cold in the winter. Eventually, every state with the exception of Nevada, North Dakota, and Vermont had POW camps. Living conditions were pleasant under the circumstances and included barrack housing, recreational activities, and many educational
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