Overseeing enemy prisoners of war

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They [Annotator's Note: Roland Chaisson and the rest of the 1st Infantry Division] retreated about eight or ten miles...
Edward Bale and his tanks loaded into LCMs [Annotator's Note: Landing Craft, Mechanized] and then into an LSD [...
Ralph Sykes was not affected much by the Army. It was a new experience though. He believes people should think hard...
Hans Siverts' activities in England were in several locations. His hospital [Annotator's Note: 4th Convalescent...
They [Annotator's Note: Roland Chaisson and the rest of the 1st Infantry Division] started on their way to Paris but...
[Annotator's Note: The interviewer asks questions about life in the field.] Robert Mayes lived two people to one pup...
Melvin Dahlberg was in the battle for Hill 1098 [Annotator's Note: part of Maritime Alps in Southern France]. They were...
Richard Nummer experienced the brutality of war on Iwo Jima. He and his buddies witnessed Japanese soldiers lying with...
Horace Sharp and his squad [Annotator's Note: 1st Squad, 1st Platoon, Company B, 1st Battalion, 18th Infantry Regiment...
Kenneth F. Thomas treated a lot of bullet and shrapnel wounds when treating troops. He also treated civilian children...
James White was a 60mm mortar man, but artillery fire took out two machine gunners. White became a machine gunner as a...
Joseph Simpson witnessed little resistance after his unit crossed the Rhine River. There were hardly any battles. The...
Earl Tweed was the longest active of three company commander for his company since he was in action from 16 June to 17...
Also memorable to William Jucksch was meeting a Russian field outfit, similar to his own forward element, coming from...
Henry Feldman had no problems with his feet during the cold and harsh winter [Annotator's Note: winter of 1944 to 1945...
C. Charles Collie heard on 6 August [Annotator's Note: 1945] that the atomic bomb had been used on Hiroshima. He knew...
Henry Malec was atop a hill when the war ended. He was with several other men and Lieutenant Lewis [Annotator's Note:...
Thomas Payn discussed how the allied ships detected U-boats [Annotator's Note: German submarines], and what happened...
Robert Whelan was able to take a tour through the concentration camp at Dachau [Annotator's Note: Dachau, Germany]...
Photograph. United States Army soldiers from the 2nd Infantry Division guarding German prisoners of war outside a war-...
A blindfolded Japanese prisoner is surrounded by Australian soldiers during World War II, probably in New Guinea.
A German and American military officer speak to one another after the German officer's surrender. Official caption: "...
A German Naval and a German Army officer in the custody of American officers. Official caption: "ETO HQ 44 5963 Petrony...
A German-speaking American soldier interrogates a German prisoner. Official caption: "6AG 7A-27515/ ETO HQ 44 28506 5...
Japanese prisoners of war; one is digging a foxhole. "Jap prisoners dig fox holes on Tarawa." Tarawa, Gilbert Islands....
85.Photograph. Allied [probably Brazilian] troops escorting a large group of German prisoners up dusty mountain road....
Photograph. American military policeman guards German prisoners. Official caption on front: "MM-5-150286." Official...
Photograph. American servicemen and Marshallese standing at the edge of a mass grave; a Chaplin reads from a Bible over...
Photograph. American servicemen and Marshallese attending a funeral in a cemetery. Caption on reverse: "3315. From:...
Photograph. American servicemen preparing to exit a pontoon boat. Caption on reverse: "3280. From: Public Relations...
Photograph. A smiling soldier standing on a dock with his sea bag and a guitar. Caption on reverse: "3146. From: Public...
American soldiers guard a group of German soldiers at a bridge. A soldier with an American Flag armband rests his foot...
347.Photograph. An Allied soldier examines POW [prisoner of war] tags on two young German soldiers. '24 Oct. 1944. 5/MM...
An American military police officer holds captive two Nazi pilots. Official caption: "ETO HQ 44 28174 3 Dec. Credit---...
An American soldier keeps watch over a German prisoner of war. Official caption: "ETO HQ 45 6359 5 Jan. Credit...U.S....
Photograph. Member of Australian Military Police, known as the Australian Army Provost Corps during the war, watching...

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