A prisoner may be referred to as a captive.
There is actually a designated medal reserved for prisoners of war, its name is the "Prisoner of War Medal". The "Prisoner of War Medal" was authorized by congress in 1985.
A soldier taken as a prisoner during war.
Another name for the Revolutionary War is the American War of Independence.
There were several camps, but the most notorious was at Andersonville, Georgia
Another name for WW1 is The Great War and another is The War To End All Wars.
Featherston prisoner of war camp happened in 1943.
Lom prisoner of war camp was created in 1940.
another name for the Korean war is called "the forgotten war" and "the Unknown War" another name for the bad relations between the U.S. and the soviet unionwas called the cold war
Another word for prisoner would be inmate.
Yes. The Japanese ran a prisoner-of-war camp in Mindanao during World War II. If you have a more specific question about this, please go ahead and ask.
prisoner of war
wasn't he a prisoner in WWI?
Another name for the South during the Civil War was the confederacy
prisoner of war Would depend on circumstances, but often Prisoner Of War, a soldier caught by the enemy
The Vietnam War
the forgotten war
Another name for southern soldiers in the Civil War is "Johnny Rebs."
Andrew Jackson was in effect a prisoner of war when he was taken by the British army during the Revolutionary War. He was only thirteen at the time.
No he was not.
Prisoner of War