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The French know how to build a beautiful prison! On the downside, it held up to 1,200 prisoners at a time, which sounds more like a French subway. They don’t like you using tripods in here. I asked if the punishment was to just leave me in the prison while I take the photos. And then, when I stopped using the tripod, they would let me out of prison. This seemed like a pretty good compromise to me, but they did not find it amusing. - Paris, France - Photo from #treyratcliff Trey Ratcliff at…

The French know how to build a beautiful prison! On the downside, it held up to 1,200 prisoners at a time, which sounds more like a French subway. They don’t like you using tripods in here. I asked if the punishment was to just leave me in the prison while I take the photos. And then, when I stopped using the tripod, they would let me out of prison. This seemed like a pretty good compromise to me, but they did not find it amusing. - Paris, France - Photo from #treyratcliff Trey Ratcliff at…

the_ww2_memoirs Six POWs (Prisoners of War) belonging to the 353rd Infanterie-Division, German Wehrmacht, put their hands behind their heads as they are lined up against the wall of a burned out building until they can be moved behind the front lines, during Operation "Cobra", near St. Lô, Normandy, France, 29th of July, 1944. These prisoners surrendered to men of the 4th Armored Division during the fighting in that town. These prisoners would most likely be sent back to the United States…

the_ww2_memoirs Six POWs (Prisoners of War) belonging to the 353rd Infanterie-Division, German Wehrmacht, put their hands behind their heads as they are lined up against the wall of a burned out building until they can be moved behind the front lines, during Operation "Cobra", near St. Lô, Normandy, France, 29th of July, 1944. These prisoners surrendered to men of the 4th Armored Division during the fighting in that town. These prisoners would most likely be sent back to the United States…

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1943- German prisoner at Camp Aliceville admiring a ‘Pin-up’ girl photo posted alongside pictures from home. Camp Aliceville was a prisoner of war camp in Aliceville, Alabama. Its construction began in August 1942, it received its first prisoners in June 1943, and it shut down in September 1945. It was the largest World War II POW camp in the Southeastern United States, holding between 3,000 and 6,000 German prisoners at any one time.

1943- German prisoner at Camp Aliceville admiring a ‘Pin-up’ girl photo posted alongside pictures from home. Camp Aliceville was a prisoner of war camp in Aliceville, Alabama. Its construction began in August 1942, it received its first prisoners in June 1943, and it shut down in September 1945. It was the largest World War II POW camp in the Southeastern United States, holding between 3,000 and 6,000 German prisoners at any one time.

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