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WWII German POWs in Michigan

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Summary

The story of German Prisoners of War (POWs) is an often-overlooked part of the history of World War II in Michigan. German prisoners of war were kept in over thirty-two camps across both the Upper and Lower Peninsula for use as labor both in agriculture and factories.

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73 pages ; 24 cm
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Mission Point Press 0000

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Woodmere (Main Branch) 940.5472 REA in Adult Non-fiction Available

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