Where did German pow go after being captured during WW2?
Close to 400,000 German POWs were brought to the United States during the war where they were held in over 500 camps located throughout the country. Millions more were held in camps throughout the UK, continental Europe, The USSR, Canada, Australia, and Africa.
A Nazi is a member of the political group during WW2, "The Nazi Party" in which was German and led by Adolf Hitler, Dictator of Germany during the war. Note that not all Germans during the time period were Nazi's, for example some German Jews were sent to concentration camps for being Jewish, by Nazi's, even though they were German.
== == Your question makes very little sense. There were NO land battles on the British Isles during WW2. A small number of German air craft pilots and bomber crews were shot down and captured and spent the rest of the war as POW's. A small number of German agents/spies were also captured, after being parachuted into Britain, and they were quickly caught, and were shot after a trial. It seems to me that you…
He was famous for being highly respected by his enemies and allies.He was a German Field Marshal during World War 2 who commanded the German forces fighting against the Allied Forces during Normandy invasion.He is also damned desert fox for being the most experianced general of desert warefare. He was known to not to kill POWs or Civilians which gained maximum respec from the enemy.