Religion: Prisoners and the Y

As Britain and the Nazis chained each other's prisoners last week, the man who probably knows more about prisoners of war than anybody else told more than he had ever yet told about how they are faring in World War II. The man is Tracy Strong, world director of the Y.M.C.A.'s War Prisoners Aid Committee. He is now in the U.S. on a visit from his Geneva headquarters. His news was somber but could have been much worse.

"All Europe," says Y-man Strong, "is developing the prisoner-of-war mentality. In a sense, everybody is...

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