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The attached World War II article first appeared in the November, 1943 issue of CLICK MAGAZINE:

"This account of life aboard a U.S. train carrying Nazi prisoners of war to prison camps is an authentic bit of after-the battle reporting by an army MP who was a civilian artist. That his eye missed no telling detail is evident from both his first-person story and his on-the-spot pencil sketches."

"The Nazis are extremely curious about America, they gaze out of the windows constantly...War plants along our routes are the real eye-openers to the Nazis; those factories blazing away as we travel across America day after day. At first the prisoners look with mere interest and curiosity, then they stare unbelievingly, and before we reach the camps they just sit dumbfounded at the train windows."

Click here to read more about W.W. II prisoners of war...

Click here to read about Hitler's slanderous comment regarding the glutinous Hermann Goering.

       *Watch a Film Clip About Life in a German Prison Camp*



Drawings of German POWs in America (Click Magazine, 1943)

Drawings of German POWs in America (Click Magazine, 1943)

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