The situation of World War I prisoners of war in Germany is an aspect of the conflict little covered by historical research.

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  • The situation of World War I prisoners of war in Germany is an aspect of the conflict little covered by historical research. However, the number of soldiers imprisoned reached a little over seven million for all the belligerents, of whom around 2,400,000 were held by Germany.Starting in 1915, the German authorities put in place a system of camps, nearly three hundred in all, and did not hesitate to resort to denutrition, punishments and psychological mobbing; incarceration was also combined with methodical exploitation of the prisoners. This prefigured the systematic use of prison camps on a grand scale during the 20th century.However, the captivity organised by the German military authorities also contributed to creating exchanges among peoples and led a number of prisoners to reflect on their involvement in the war and relation with their homeland. (en)
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  • Officers' camps (en)
  • Other camps (en)
  • Soldiers' camps (en)
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  • Altenau • Beeskow • Berxen • Blankenburg • Blenhorst • Burg • Celle-Schloss • Clausthal • Colberg • Crefeld • Cüstren • Eschwege • Eutin • Freiburg • Fuchsberg-bei-Uchte • Fürstenberg • Gnadenfrei • Breesen • Gütersloh • Halle • Hannoversch-Münden • Heidelberg • Helmstedt • Holzminden • Karlsruhe • Köln • Lichtenhorst • Magdeburg • Neisse • Neubrandenburg • Neustadt • Osnabrück • Reisen • Scheuen bei Celle • Stralsund • Ströhen • Stuer Bad • Torgau • Trier • Wahmbeck • Werl • Wildemann (en)
  • Altdamm • Alten-Grabow • Arys • Aschaffenburg • Bautzen • Bayreuth • Brandenburg • Büren • Cassel • Chemnitz • Cottbus • Crossen • Czersk Danizig-Troyl • Darmstadt • Diedenhofen • Doberitz • Diest • Dülmen • Dyrotz • Eglosheim • Eichstatt • Erlangen • Frankfurt an der Oder • Friedrichsfeld • Gardelegen • Germersheim • Giessen • Göttingen • Guben • Güstrow • Hameln-sur-Weser • Hammelburg • Hammerstein • Heilsberg • Heuberg • Hohenasperg bei Ludwigsburg • Königsbruck • Lamsdorf • Landau • Langensalza • Lechfeld • Leese • Limburg • Mannheim • Merseburg • Meschede • Metz • Minden • Müncheberg • Münsingen • Neuhammer • Oberhofen • Parchim • Preussisch Holland • Puchheim • Quedlinburg • Rastatt • Regensburg • Rennbahn • Ruhleben • Saarbrücken • Sagan • Salzwedel • Schneidemühl • Senne • Skalmierschütz • Soltau • Sprottau • Stargard • Stendal • Strahlkowo • Stuttgart • Tauberbischofsheim • Traunstein • Tuchel • Ulm • Wetzlar • Wittenberg • Worms • Würzburg • Zerbst • Zossen • Zwickau (en)
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  • WWIPOWsDE (en)
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  • Principal German POW camps in World War I (en)
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  • The situation of World War I prisoners of war in Germany is an aspect of the conflict little covered by historical research. (en)
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  • World War I prisoners of war in Germany (en)
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