Ruth Beeley: St George's School, Hertfordshire England 2011. Sketchbook page for A Level Art Coursework final artwork, exploring the theme of war. Prisoners of war are depicted using biro pen on an ink and acrylic background.

Ruth Beeley: St George's School, Hertfordshire England 2011. Sketchbook page for A Level Art Coursework final artwork, exploring the theme of war. Prisoners of war are depicted using biro pen on an ink and acrylic background.

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WW1. Charles De Gaulle was a prisoner of war, captured by the Germans on March 2, 1916 and was imprisoned until November 11, 1918.

WW1. Charles De Gaulle was a prisoner of war, captured by the Germans on March 2, 1916 and was imprisoned until November 11, 1918.

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WW1. A column of German prisoners of war line up outside Southampton Central train station. ––Historic Southampton, Twitter

WW1. A column of German prisoners of war line up outside Southampton Central train station. ––Historic Southampton, Twitter

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WW1 Prisoner of War Art, Trench Art, Argentinian Stamps ,Prisoner of War Art, Stamps, WW1 Collectables, Picture Frames, Beadwork, Old Stamps - pinned by pin4etsy.com

WW1 Prisoner of War Art, Trench Art, Argentinian Stamps ,Prisoner of War Art, Stamps, WW1 Collectables, Picture Frames, Beadwork, Old Stamps - pinned by pin4etsy.com

A Boche prisoner, wounded and muddy is led along a railway track as British Army infantrymen return from another push on the battlefield

A Boche prisoner, wounded and muddy is led along a railway track as British Army infantrymen return from another push on the battlefield

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Andersonville: Prisoner of War Camp (11)   Examine conditions of the Civil War's most notorious prison, and learn how inmates were able to cope. (National Park) Learn how a classroom teacher uses this lesson.

Andersonville: Prisoner of War Camp (11) Examine conditions of the Civil War's most notorious prison, and learn how inmates were able to cope. (National Park) Learn how a classroom teacher uses this lesson.

WWI: Massed German prisoners of war at a clearing station after the successful Allied offensive near Amiens in Northern France, which began on the 8th August 1918. General Ludendorff described it as ‘The Black Day of the German Army’. - Found via Buzzfeed

WWI: Massed German prisoners of war at a clearing station after the successful Allied offensive near Amiens in Northern France, which began on the 8th August 1918. General Ludendorff described it as ‘The Black Day of the German Army’. - Found via Buzzfeed

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American prisoners of war in Germany in 1917

American prisoners of war in Germany in 1917

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