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Illinois History: Camp Ellis ~ World War II Prisoner of War Camp ~ Located between Ipava and Bernadotte Illinois

Illinois History: Camp Ellis ~ World War II Prisoner of War Camp ~ Located between Ipava and Bernadotte Illinois

WW1 prsoners of war helped bring in the harvest in the UK. Every prisoner of war camp in the UK mapped and listed

WW1 prsoners of war helped bring in the harvest in the UK. Every prisoner of war camp in the UK mapped and listed

1.20.1942 - The Wannsee List Drawn up by Third Reich leaders at the Wannsee Conference, detailing the estimated number of Jews living in each European country at the time, including the 334,000 in the Britain and Ireland. The total number came to over 11 million, which the Nazis intended to exterminate. You will notice Estland (Estonia) is listed as judenfrei, or “Free of Jews.”

1.20.1942 - The Wannsee List Drawn up by Third Reich leaders at the Wannsee Conference, detailing the estimated number of Jews living in each European country at the time, including the 334,000 in the Britain and Ireland. The total number came to over 11 million, which the Nazis intended to exterminate. You will notice Estland (Estonia) is listed as judenfrei, or “Free of Jews.”

Two shirtless hunky GIs on laundry duty - World War II

Two shirtless hunky GIs on laundry duty - World War II

US Marine Private Bruce Rutherford cleaning his Thompson submachine gun while playing with puppies Nanci Shoto Sake Zero Banzai and Okinawa on Okinawa Japan 1 June 1945.

US Marine Private Bruce Rutherford cleaning his Thompson submachine gun while playing with puppies Nanci Shoto Sake Zero Banzai and Okinawa on Okinawa Japan 1 June 1945.

Bund Deutscher Mädel. At first, the League consisted of two sections: the Jungmädel, or Young Girls League, for girls ages 10 to 14, and the League proper for girls ages 14 to 18. In 1938, a third section was introduced, the Belief and Beauty Society (BDM-Werk Glaube und Schönheit), which was voluntary and open to girls between the ages of 17 and 21.

Bund Deutscher Mädel. At first, the League consisted of two sections: the Jungmädel, or Young Girls League, for girls ages 10 to 14, and the League proper for girls ages 14 to 18. In 1938, a third section was introduced, the Belief and Beauty Society (BDM-Werk Glaube und Schönheit), which was voluntary and open to girls between the ages of 17 and 21.

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