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During the course of the Second World War, as many as 430,000 German and Italian P.O.W.s were incarcerated in the United States; of this number - 2,803 escaped and were recaptured. This column pertains to the five who were never found. A few minutes of internet research revealed that every single one of them remained in the U.S. where they held jobs, paid taxes and raised families well into their golden years.

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The Escaped P.O.W.s That The F.B.I. Never Found (Collier's Magazine, 1953)

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