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prisoners of war camp

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  • Prisoners of War, Soviet —    The Wehrmacht captured more than 4.4 million Soviet forces, most in the dark days of 1941–1942. More than a million of these died of hunger and disease in 1941–1942. Joseph Stalin’s son Yakov, a junior officer, was captured and later killed… …   Historical dictionary of Russian and Soviet Intelligence

  • Prisoners of war, foreign —    During World War II, the Red Army captured more than 2.5 million Germans and Austrians and held them as prisoners of war. It also took 766,000 soldiers prisoner from the armies of Hitler’s Hungarian, Italian, and Romanian allies. Treatment of… …   Historical dictionary of Russian and Soviet Intelligence

  • Prisoner-of-war camp — A prisoner of war camp is a site for the containment of enemy combatants captured by the enemy in time of war, and is similar to an internment camp which is used for civilian populations. A prisoner of war is generally a soldier, sailor, or… …   Wikipedia

  • prisoner of war camp — noun a camp for prisoners of war • Syn: ↑prison camp, ↑internment camp, ↑POW camp • Hypernyms: ↑camp • Hyponyms: ↑gulag …   Useful english dictionary

  • prisoner of war camp — An installation established for the internment and administration of prisoners of war …   Military dictionary

  • World War I prisoners of war in Germany — The situation of World War I prisoners of war in Germany is an aspect of the conflict little covered by historical research. However, the number of soldiers imprisoned reached a little over seven million [Jochen Oltmer estimates a figure between… …   Wikipedia

  • Featherston prisoner of war camp — was a camp for captured Japanese soldiers during World War II at Featherston, New Zealand. It had been established during World War I as the largest military training camp in New Zealand. At the request of the United States, in September 1942 it… …   Wikipedia

  • Finnish prisoners of war in the Soviet Union — There were two waves of the Finnish prisoners of war in the Soviet Union during the World War II: POW of the Winter War (1939 1940) and prisoners of the Continuation War. [V. Galitsky (1997) Finnish Prisoners of War in NKVD Camps (1939 1953) ISBN …   Wikipedia

  • Polish prisoners of war in the Soviet Union (after 1939) — As a result of the Soviet invasion of Poland in 1939, hundreds of thousands of Polish soldiers became prisoners of war in the Soviet Union. Thousands of them were executed; over 20,000 Polish military personnel and civilians perished in the Katyn …   Wikipedia

  • Italian prisoners of war in the Soviet Union — Over 60,000 Italian prisoners of war were taken captive by the Red Army in the Second World War. Almost all were captured during the decisive Soviet Operation Little Saturn offensive in December 1942 which annihilated the Italian Army in Russia ( …   Wikipedia

  • Main Administration for Affairs of Prisoners of War and Internees — The Main Administration for Affairs of Prisoners of War and Internees (Russian: Главное управление по делам военнопленных и интернированных НКВД/МВД СССР, ГУПВИ, GUPVI) was a department of NKVD (later MVD) in charge of handling of foreign… …   Wikipedia

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