2 edition of Camp Texas found in the catalog.
February 1989 by Prentice Hall .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
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By the end of the war, the United States found itself holding more thanprisoners of war:Germans, 53, Italians, Camp Texas book 5, Japanese. The American camp authorities were understandably anxious about these visits since the Swiss reports were Camp Texas book to the German authorities and might jeopardize the treatment of the ninety thousand American POWs in their hands.
Many camps tried to maintain a regular Sunday chapel program for Catholics and Protestants, although, because of language difficulties and boycotts by the Nazis in the POW population, attendance was disappointingly low. Each was expected to hold about 3, men, with the possibility of expanding the number up to 4, On a different occasion, an escapee crossing a pasture was run up a tree by an angry Brahma bull.
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