PRISONERS OF THE BRITISH Internees and Prisoners of War during the First World War

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Accounts of Allied PoWs in both World Wars are legion. This fascinating little book shows the other side of the coin, being a concise and comprehensive history of German PoWs and internees in British hands during the First World War. Author Michael Foley traces the story from rudimentary tented camps in France, to permanent camps in Dorchester, Donington Hall and Alexandra Palace. In doing so he asks whether Germans in British captivity were given better treatment than their compatriots gave British prisoners.

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