Abstract: The treaty concluded between Germany and Great Britain allowed for the transfer of long-term and seriously ill Prisoners of war (POWs) from captivity into internment in the Netherlands. The idea of a neutral country volunteering to take on responsibility for sick and wounded soldiers from belligerent neighbour…
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“Internment in a Neutral Country: The Arrival of the Prisoners of War”, in:
Brill’s Digital Library of World War I.
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