the allies did not make Jews label their stores as Jewish, so the POWs would not know that it was a Jewish store.
Space and resources such as food and personnel to guard the prisoners was lacking in Europe. On the other hand, German POWs in the US provided useful labor such as picking crops and erecting buildings.
everything they are war heroes
Possibly, informers (also called taddle-tails, rats, or snitches) were the most commonly encountered problem in prisons...military or civilian.
From what I understand that North Africa was Erwin Rommel's (German Army Commander) territory. He treated his POWs with respect, fed and housed just as good as German troops.
There was one prisoner of war camp in Galveston, Texas during World War II. It was the Wallace camp and it held German prisoners of war. It held an average of 3,000 to 4,000 prisoners.
93,941 U.S. Army & Air Corps personnel were captured & held as POWs by Axis Forces in the E.T.O. during WW 2. Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com
No. Many were German POWs for example.
The Great Escape
3.3 Million POW's were killed during World War 2, 3 Million alone just being Soviet POWs.
im not sure about usa or Canada but in Britain there was 400,000 German prisoners.