prisoner-of-war camp

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prisoner-of-war camp

[ˌprɪznərəvwɔːˈkæmp] Ncampamento m para prisioneros de guerra
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Camp 21 Comrie - also known as Cultybraggan Camp - was one of more than 60 prisoner of war camps set up in Scotland.
A FASCINATING exhibition revealing what life was like in and around Huyton's World War II Internment and Prisoner of War camps has opened in Huyton Library.
VILNIUS -- The French are considering building a memorial to their compatriots who died in prisoner of war camps in the Curonian Spit during the 19th century.
He uncovers an amazing story of prisoner of war camps and daring escapes.
Hundreds of visitors are expected to look around sites ranging from prisoner of war camps to churches, museums and former ironworks.
Tong, the child of missionaries, recalls the three years he spent, along with his mother and siblings and five hundred other foreigners, in prisoner of war camps in the Philippines during WWII.
TWO men who survived Second World War prisoner of war camps together will be reunited after more than 60 years.
During World War Two, over 1,500 prisoner of war camps were set up around the country to house enemy soldiers.
You start somewhere - in this instance, just below Castle Hill - and you end up in Bologna, Italy via gun emplacements and prisoner of war camps.
He was met with protests from the survivors of Japanese prisoner of war camps.
Prisoner of war camps were the fate of three North-East pilots.

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