Andersonville, Georgia. Its commandant - Wirz - was the only Confederate hanged for war-crimes.
The notorious one was Andersonville, Georgia.
who was the crying confederate prisoner when tucco was getting a beaten in the prison camp
The camp at Andersonville, Georgia is the most notorious for bad living conditions and treatment of Union prisoners of war.
There were several camps, but the most notorious was at Andersonville, Georgia
The Confederate POW camp at Andersonville in Georgia was the most notorious.
The commander of the nefarious Andersonville prisoner of war camp, Captain Henry Wirz.
Andersonville, Georgia. It was scandalously overcrowded, and the Union prisoners were so badly starved that they formed murderous gangs and slaughtered each other. It was one of the shocking effects of Grant's policy of ending prisoner exchange. But he knew that the Confederates were running out of recruits, and that their battle-lines would eventually break. It seemed to be the only way.
Assuming you mean the American Civil War: Andersonville - the most famous. A Confederate prisoner of War Camp for Federal troops. It's head warden Henry Wirz a brigadier general, was the man executed after the War by the Federals, though questions of whether or not the Union was right to execute him continue to this day. Libby Prison - a Confederate prisoner of War Camp for Federal troops that gained a reputation as being one of the most harsh prisoner of war camps in the South. Elmira Prison - a Federal prisoner of War Camp for Confederate troops gained a reputation for neglecting its prisoners. Of 12,123 Confederate Prisoners 2,963 died of malnutrition, prolonged exposure to winter conditions and disease cause by poor sanitary conditions and the lack of medical facilities. Nobody was held accountable for the neglect. Camp Douglas - a Federal prisoner of War Camp for Confederate troops that, similarly to Elmira, gained a reputation for neglecting its prisoners. More than 6,000 Confederate prisoners died for disease, starvation and prolonged exposure to winter conditions. Nobody was held accountable for the neglect of the Confederate troops at Camp Douglas and it's commander was the only Union officer to get a General's rank without seeing active service in the field. Point Lookout - a Federal prisoner of War Camp for Confederate troops that was vastly overcrowded and overwhelmed. Here Confederate troops suffered mainly because the amount of prisoners held there were too much for the Camp to handle. 50,000 Confederate were held here when it was only designed to hold 10,000 prisoners however only 4,000 prisoners died while at the camp, which is a relatively good percentage compared to other prisoner of War Camps both North and South.
Featherston prisoner of war camp happened in 1943.
Lom prisoner of war camp was created in 1940.
Anderson Camp Ground was created in 1874.
The worst Confederate prison camp would have to be Andersonville.
Andersonville. It was officially known as Camp Sumpter by the Confederates. It was located in southern Georgia and is now the site of the Prisoner of War Museum.The Union had several prisoner camps that had high death rates due to diseases among the camps: Rock Island.
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Andersonville was a notorious Prison camp for POW"s captured during the war.
The most infamous of all, at least internationally, was the Auschwitz group, which was both a very harsh concentration camp, with several sub-camps and an extermination camp (Auschwitz-Birkenau).
Hoess was a prisoner during the Weimar Republic, but this was not in a concentration camp.
changi in Singapore or sandakan in borneo or what about cowra it was a prisoner of war camp for Japanese
Edam was not an infamous extermination camp - it is a cheese. Was this question supplied with multiple choice answers perchance. The multiple choice was Leningrad Treblinka Auschwitz Jasenovac
Treblinka extermination camp