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The majority of prisoners of war (POWs) were Allied airmen, whose planes crashed in Occupied France, Belgium or Holland. Anyone who supported the German forces would report these airmen to their local authoritary, and troops or police officers would be sent to round them up.

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The prisoners were held in cells in a concentration camp and if the soldiers decided that they wanted to kill them, they woul do it in several ways.

  • they would shoot them
  • burn them
  • or starve them to death.
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