PRISONERS OF WAR: All Out

Nearly half a million enemy soldiers— 378,898 Germans, 51,455 Italians, 5,435 Japanese—were imprisoned in the U.S. during World War II. Last week the War Department reported that every man jack of them had now been sent home, except for 24 German and Italian escapees still at large and 15 others who are in disciplinary barracks.

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