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PostSubject: POW Class B   8/8/2010, 09:09

British camps for German POW´s

Hello,

I would like to know what "Prisoner Class B" meant.

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PostSubject: Re: POW Class B   8/8/2010, 10:48

German POWs werr classed as 1-4
If a POW was placed in Categories 1 or 2, he would not be released. Categories 3 or 4 meant that a POW could expect a quick release from a POW camp .
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PostSubject: Re: POW Class B   8/8/2010, 15:33

Thank you, Gordon. You have answered my question.

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PostSubject: Re: POW Class B   8/8/2010, 17:19

Take a look here jona

http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/german_pow.htm
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PostSubject: Re: POW Class B   9/8/2010, 12:14

Thanks again, Gordon - jona
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