"History of Prisoner Of War Utilization By The United States Army 1776-1945" was written by Lt. Col. Georgee G Lewis and Capt John Mewha. Published in June of 1955, this military history book is a study of the use of prisoner of war labor by the United States Army. It also provieds a comprehensive treatment of the employment of prisoners of war by private employers in the United States. As stated in the introduction, "The primary objective...is to provide in one volume a comprehensive record of the use of prisoner of war labor for the guidance of General Staff officers and students in the Army school system.". This vintage Army book contains black and white photographs as well as maps and charts.
Many people don't realize that prisoner of war camps were located throughout the United States during World War II. These camps had newspapers, clubs and gave many prisoners an introduction into American culture and practices. Many of these prisoners came back to settle in the United States after they were re-repatriated. This fascinating history book gives you a glimpse into what the Army's motivation and practices were.
These is a hard-cover book with stiff cardboard covers. it has some soiling on the front cover, but is otherwise in very good vintage condition. The pages are clean and the binding is tight.
An amazing look into our country's history and how we treated those who we considered "enemies".
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