Camp Aliceville file photo [26952]

Camp Aliceville

Type   Prison Camp
Historical Name of Location   Aliceville, Alabama, United States

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ww2dbaseCamp Aliceville was a prisoner of war camp in Aliceville, Alabama, United States. The camp was built between Aug 1942 and Dec 1942, and received its first prisoners, largely those captured in North Africa, in Jun 1943. The camp consisted of 400 barracks buildings with the capacity of about 6,000 prisoners. While the camp began as a holding place for all German prisoners, by 1944 it had interned only those devoted to the Nazi ideology (as assaults and homicides, committed by Nazis against non-Nazis, and vice versa, became a problem in POW camps). Camp Aliceville ceased operations in Sep 1945.

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Camp Aliceville Timeline

30 Sep 1945 Camp Aliceville in Aliceville, Alabama, United States ceased operations.




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WW2-Era Place Name Aliceville, Alabama, United States
Lat/Long 33.1172, -88.1734


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