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Confronting Captivity | Arieh J. Kochavi | University of North Carolina Press
Article available in:. Vol 39, Issue 4, Journal of Contemporary History. War in History.
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Mi Dialnet Ventajas de registrarse. Ultimately, Kochavi argues, it was more likely that the lives of British and American POWs were spared because of their race rather than any actions their governments took on their behalf.
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By the spring of , the Germans held approximately 3, British prisoners, but after Dunkirk the number swelled by some , British captives were reasonably well looked after and German rations were supplanted by the delivery of Red Cross parcels shipped through Portugal. Treatment, however, varied depending upon the camp a POW found himself in.follow link
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Dieppe, the site of a British-Canadian commando raid on the coast of France on 19 August, , resulted in disaster—nearly 2, soldiers were taken prisoner. During capture the Germans discovered a document that ordered British soldiers to bind the hands of German prisoners whenever feasible to prevent the destruction of important papers. The German high command countered by ordering that all prisoners captured at Dieppe be shackled. The British retaliated by shackling a like number of German prisoners.