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American Prisoners of War & Civilian Internees: Papers Relating to Personal Participation in World War II
Ben DeWhitt (ed); Jennifer Davis Heaps (ed); Don W. Wilson (fr). This reference information paper issued by the National Archives & Records Administration covers records pertaining to both American military personnel who were captured by Axis forces & American civilians who were detained by the Axis powers during World War II. For the most part, “civilian internees” were included with POWs in inquiries, diplomatic correspondence, War Dept. accounts, & even some postwar records. Their consideration was so intermixed with that of POWs, that it is not advisable to treat them separately. The reverse is true in the records of the U.S. Dept. of State, wherein information on POWs is intermixed with that on civilian internees.
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