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During World War II from 1942-1946 this was the highest POW numbers in any War since the Geneva Convention. USSR 5.7 million and 3.3 million died in German POW camps,Germany 3,127,380 and 474,967 died in USSR camps, France 1,800,000,Poland 675,000, Britain 200,000, USA 130,000, Italians 50,000 and 5,000 Japanese.Germany and Italy generally treated prisoners from the British Commonwealth, France, the U.S. and other western allies, in accordance with the Third Geneva Convention of 1912, which had been signed by these countries.Nazi Germany did not extend this level of treatment to non-Western prisoners, who suffered harsh captivities and died in large numbers while in captivity.The Soviet Union and the Empire of Japan also did not treat prisoners of war in accordance with the Geneva Convention.Only 8,348 British and America Soldiers died in German POW camps compared to 57.7% of other Soldiers held.
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Quote from: Hajdarovic on February 27, 2013, 22:15:12Da li se netko bavio tom tematikom i imate li eventualno neke linkove ili literaturu za preporuciti?sta te konkretno interesira iz te tematke ?
Stalag II C Greifswald Greifswald D (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern) 6.1940-4.1945pod komandom:Wehrkreis II - Stettin (Szczecin) [Deutschland, Polen]http://www.sgvavia.ru/forum/111-389-1
Pripadnici vojske Kraljevine Jugoslavije u zarobljenistvu 1941.-45.godinehttp://www.paluba.info/smf/index.php?topic=7611.60Miloš Milinković:Zarobljenički logori u Nemačkoj (1941-1945Dragan CvetkovićStradanje pripadnika Vojske Kraljevine Jugoslavije iz Hrvatske u zarobljeničkim logorima http://www.cpi.hr/download/links/hr/7295.pdf