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Treatment Of Prisoners Of War

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Treatment of Prisoners of War in U.S. During the wars in the United States, the prisoners who got sent to jail was treated differently by the gender. After world war II ends a thousand of prisoners ended up in mills, farm fields etc. 4000,000 prisoners were shipped to United States from 1942 through 1945 because of that 400 POW were built, in the south and in the great plains and in the midwest. The prisoners campuses were filling up, also had an labor shortage in farms and factories. United States faced a dilemma. With the shortage amount of labor, the geneva convention protocols stated that the POWs could have been forced to work at the wages, but the authorities were afraid how american people will react
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