American Prisoner of War Camps in Washington and Oregon

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American Prisoner of War Camps in Washington and Oregon describes the impact of the large number of prisoners of war on the populations of Washington and Oregon, as well as the impact of the people of Washington and Oregon on those imprisoned there. Providing detail on the care and employment of prisoners of war according to the Geneva Convention of 1929, the lives of POWs in these states are illustrated, along with the details of camp locations and the deaths and burials that occurred among them. Some prisoner names are included, as well as references to source materials at various repositories. Historical photographs serve to provide depth to the story.
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ISBN: 9781634991506
Format: Paperback
Publisher: America Through Time
Date:
State: Washington
Images: 102
Pages: 96
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
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KATHY KIRKPATRICK has a Bachelor of Arts in History from Humboldt State University in Arcata, California, and has authored Basic Genealogy, The Descendants of Timothy Meeker, Italian Prisoners of War in the Continental US on 31 March 1945, Prisoners of War in Utah During World War II, Sicily, American Prisoner of War Camps in Idaho and Utah, American Prisoner of War Camps in Arizona and Nevada, American Prisoner of War Camps in Southern California, and Prisoner of War Camps Across America. She has delivered lectures on “WWII POWs in America,” “WWII Enemy Aliens in America,” and “Proving the Jewish Heritage of a Catholic Sicilian Family,” and provided research for Italian Emigrants, Italian Emigrants by Tina Bochicchio Woetzel, Sinatra, The Life by Anthony Summers and Robbyn Swan, and II Giuramento by Dino Maurizio Parri.
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