Prisoners of War, Prisoners of Peace

Prisoners of War, Prisoners of Peace

Captivity, Homecoming, and Memory in World War II

Unknown - 2005
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Millions of servicemen of the belligerent powers were taken prisoner during World War II. Until recently, the popular image of these men has been framed by tales of heroic escape or immense suffering at the hands of malevolent captors. For the vast majority, however, the reality was very different.
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Berg, ©2005.
Edition: English ed.
Characteristics: data file
1 online resource (xviii, 270 pages)

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