During captivity, she was named a prisonnire de guerre by the English probably the first woman to be recorded as a prisoner of war
using the French feminine form.
Earlier, on 20 August, ICRC delegates had visited an Armenian prisoner of war
interned in Azerbaijan since 8 August.
Harperley Prisoner of War
Camp was turned into a tourist attraction in 2004 but the owners cannot afford to complete its restoration.
More than 65 years after the event, details of the escape have been revealed by villagers in Comrie, Perthshire, as part of a community research project into Cultybraggan Prisoner of War
I kept a list of every prisoner of war
we buried--British, Russian, Polish and American.
She added: "Esa Barot has spoken to me and asked me to mention prisoner of war
Havers, Reassessing the Japanese prisoner of war
experience: the Changi POW camp, Singapore, 1942-5 (London; New York: Routledge Curzon, 2003); Michael McKernan, This war never ends--the pain of separation and return (St Lucia, Qld: University of Queensland Press, 2001).
Challenging the September court ruling, the Senate voted 90-9 to support an amendment introduced by former prisoner of war
Senator John McCain (Republican, Arizona), preventing "cruel, inhumane or degrading treatment or punishment" against prisoners held by the United States.
THE Heroes Return'' lottery funded scheme has allowed my father to return to the Normandy seaside town, St Valery-en-Caux, where he was taken prisoner of war
on June 12 1940.
Pentagon lawyers have determined that Saddam Hussein has been a prisoner of war
since American forces captured him on December 13, a US Defence Department spokesman said in Washington.
BEFORE judging the paintings from the Island Farm prisoner of war
camp, I would suggest that your newspaper publish all 25 - some are full frontal nudes and are obviously prostitutes - not just two examples.