Los Desastres de la Guerra, 1st edition, plate 70, No saben el camino (They don't know the way)
Confederate Prisoners Being Conducted From Jonesborough to Atlanta, from Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) portfolio
The March of the German POWs, 1942
Watching the Parade of German POWs, Moscow, 1945
Romanian POWs from the Battle of Stalingrad, Nov.-Dec. 1942
Some of the 38,000 Italian prisoners taken in the capture of Bardia, Libya, tramp across the desert on the way to prison camps
The Battle of Falaise Pocket is over. German prisoners march to reception centers on the rue Ecouché near Argentan, Normandy, France.
German soldiers march in a long line toward a prisoner cage. In the distance, British armored vehicles speed in pursuit of remnants of the German Seventh Army.
A crowd of German prisoners march to boats which carry them to England
German prisoners walk to a guard house near Zon. Pvt. Eric Holfnacker (left) of New York keeps the captives moving, Stad van de Zon, Netherlands.
Nearing the end of the Bataan Death March, a thinning file of prisoners approaches Camp O'Donnell, the Japanese prison camp in Capas, the Philippines
A portion of the thousands of Italians captured by the British in the fall of Bardia, Libya
Their homes were destroyed, but their spirits were unbroken. Residents of this Soviet village take hope as the Red Army escorts German prisoners after recapturing the town.
Thousands of tattered Nazi prisoners of war curve their way over the snowy hills outside of Stalingrad, Russia
Front part of the cemetery, labeled “Officers’ Lot”, at Camp O’Donnell, on Luzon, after area was occupied by American troops
One of the barracks housing Filipino soldiers held at Camp O’Donnell after their capture on Bataan and Corregidor
White crosses stand amid the grass, marking graves on the Filipino side of the cemetery at Camp O’Donnell, on Luzon, Philippine Islands
One lone American soldier guards this long column of German prisoners who are on their way to a detention camp behind the Allied lines
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