Chronicles the building and operation of Camp Aliceville in Aliceville, Alabama, the largest German prisoner of war camp in the United States. Daily camp life, which included a POW newspaper, dance band, theatrical troupe, classes, and athletic events for the 6,000 Germans interned, is documented with fascinating and meticulous historical detail. Presents a never-more-relevant look into the nature of war, peace, and the principles of human dignity. Includes a special photo section and complete index. A must for the WWII collection of every retailer, library, and history buff. Named a finalist in ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Awards.
|Book:||Guests Behind The Barbed Wire: German Pows In America: A True Story Of Hope And Friendship|
|Author:||Ruth Beaumont Cook|
|Publisher:||Crane Hill Publishers|
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