Prisoners of War

Archaeology, Memory, and Heritage of 19th- and 20th-Century Mass Internment

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-4165-6 (Print) 978-1-4614-4166-3 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

  2. Introduction

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-19

      Prisoner of War Archaeology

  3. Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-century experiences

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 21-21

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      Pages 23-40

      Artifacts of Internment: Archaeology and Interpretation at Two American Civil War Prisoner-of-War Sites

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      Pages 41-58

      Life and Death at the Florence Stockade, American Civil War, Prisoner of War Camp, South Carolina

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      Pages 59-74

      Johnson’s Island US Civil War Military Prison

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      Pages 75-91

      Norman Cross: Designing and Operating an Eighteenth-Century British Prisoner of War Camp

  4. Twentieth-century Britain and Europe: Military POWs

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 93-93

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      Pages 95-115

      Excavating the World War II Prisoner of War camp at La Glacerie, Cherbourg, Normandy

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      Pages 117-128

      American, British, and French PoW Camps in Normandy, France (1944–1948). Which Role for Archaeology in the Memorial Process?

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      Pages 129-144

      Stalag Luft III: The Archaeology of an Escaper’s Camp

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      Pages 145-165

      Reinforced Concrete, Steel and Slaves: Archaeological Studies of Prisoners of World War II in Norway—The Case of Romsdal Peninsula

  5. Twentieth-century Britain and Europe: Civilian POWs

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 167-167

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      Pages 169-187

      Materiality Matters: The Role of Things in Coping Strategies at Cunningham’s Camp, Douglas During World War I

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      Pages 189-204

      “My Home Was the Area Around My Bed”: Experiencing and Negotiating Space in Civilian Internment Camps in Germany, 1942–1945

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      Pages 205-221

      A Tale of Two Towns: Heritage and Memory of Civilian Internment in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, 1942–2012

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      Pages 223-236

      Writing and Experiencing Internment: Rethinking Paul Jacobsthal’s Internment Report in the Light of New Discoveries

  6. Twentieth-century Japanese-American Civilian North America

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 237-237

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      Pages 239-269

      “Life in Manzanar Where There Is a Spring Breeze”: Graffiti at a World War II Japanese American Internment Camp

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      Pages 271-284

      Japanese-Style Ornamental Community Gardens at Manzanar Relocation Center

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      Pages 285-301

      An Archaeological and Ethnographic Examination of the Acquisition, Presence, and Consumption of Saké at Camp Amache, a World War II Japanese Internment Camp

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      Pages 303-317

      Perseverance and Prejudice: Maintaining Community in Amache, Colorado’s World War II Japanese Internment Camp

  7. Postscript

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 319-319

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      Pages 321-332

      Prisoner of War Archaeology in an Interdisciplinary Context

  8. Back Matter

    Pages 333-341