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Q: How were the German prisoners treated by the allies in world war 2?
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How were the Axis leaders be treated after World War 2?

they was treated like allies


How was Italy treated by the allies after World War 2?

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How where black prisoners of world war 1 treated?

Probably the same as white prisoners due to the fact there f**ing prisoners.


How did the defeat of German allies in World War 1 allow the allies to win the war?

The German Allies surrenedered because they want peace, and then the allies killed them all.


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Were Japanese prisoners of the World War 2 mistreated in Australia?

They were treated in accordance with the Geneva Convention. Australian prisoners of the Japanese were not.


How many World War 2 German Prisoners of war are still living?

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What has the author Hannelore Freisleben written?

Hannelore Freisleben has written: 'Gemartert, gemassregelt, gehenkt!' -- subject(s): Fiction, German Prisoners and prisons, Political prisoners, Prisoners and prisons, German, Prisoners and prisons, Russian, Russian Prisoners and prisons, World War, 1914-1918, World, War, 1939-1945


What The collapse of the German allies led to the German surrender in World War 1?

True


What has the author Giuseppe Caforio written?

Giuseppe Caforio has written: 'No!' -- subject(s): German Prisoners and prisons, Prisoners and prisons, German, Prisoners of war, World War, 1939-1945 '... come le formiche ..'


How did Prisoners of war Post get to their families during World War 2 without the planes or ships being destroyed?

Generally it was transported to & fro (In Europe at least) by the Red Cross. This applies to British & US forces. The Red Cross did much to ensure the safety and survival of hundreds & thousands of prisoners. There is then a vast contrast between on one hand the treatment of German & Italian prisoners held by the Allies & the Russian prisoners of the Nazis and the German prisoners of the Russians & similarly the Japanese Allied prisoners: The conditions were appalling. There were very few Japanese prisoners: Surrender wasn't an option.


What did the prisoners call the German soldiers during World War 2?

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