Coping and material culture during Second World War internment: An historical archaeology investigation of agency and anglophone prisoners of war in Europe

Stacey Astill
This thesis explores the experience and culture of prisoner of war camps containing Allied PoWs in Europe during the Second World War. It seeks to discover more about the identity of PoWs and the universal elements of the experience of the Kriegie group (Chapter 2.4). It will identify cross-camp and cross-nationality similarities which counterbalance the uniqueness of individual biography and camp narratives. There is a rich seam of academic literature surrounding the lives and experiences...
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