Army & Navy: Nazis in the U.S. . . .

Confined at Fort McClellan, Ala. are 2,736 troops of the Lujtwaffe and Rommel's once great Afrika Korps. There are other Nazi prisoners in sprawling Fort Dix, N J. The U.S. Army last week gave newsmen a look at these two prison camps.

Most of the prisoners at McClellan are Bavarians, blond, stocky and young. Except for four doctors, a dentist and a tall, hatchet-faced pharmacist, there are no officers among them. Dressed in faded blue denim P.W. uniforms or, occasionally, the patched-up uniforms which they had on when they were captured, they looked arrogant,...

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