prisoners of war
Newly-Released Documents Describe 'Rampant' Cannibalism at Nazi Concentration Camps
The long-sealed testimonies also reveal the struggle of many who suffered to meet the strict criteria necessary to get compensation under an UK-Germany scheme for victims of Nazi persecution.
Unexploded WWII Bomb Discovery Prompts Evacuation in East London
Up to one in 10 bombs dropped on the UK by Germany during World War 2 never exploded, due to manufacturing faults or sabotage by prisoners of war. It's thought thousands still litter the island.
Seventy Years Later, Mitsubishi Apologizes for Using US POWs as Slaves During WWII
Japan's government has twice apologized to US POWs used as forced laborers during World War II, though this is believed to be the first apology from a major Japanese company.
Ukraine Prisoner Swap to Begin Despite Accusations of Truce Breaches
A rebel leader said prisoners of war would be transferred to Kiev on Saturday night.
Finding Private Bowe Bergdahl - Part 3
In 2009 I was in Afghanistan and was involved in the search for Bergdahl from that first June morning he went missing.
Robert Young Pelton
Opinion and Analysis
Hey Everybody — Shut Up About Bowe Bergdahl
The US government made sure that a soldier in enemy hands made it home alive. This should not be fodder for the Political-Media Complex.
The Russian Soldier Captured in Crimea May Not Be Russian, a Soldier, or Captured
When you wear a uniform with no markings during an invasion your country officially denies is taking place, are you a prisoner of war?