Italian POWs - WWII

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Italian POWs - WWII

Postby Liberati » 14 Feb 2014, 02:14

Does anyone know of a book or website that lists the approximate numbers of Italian POWs that were incarcerated in different parts of the world during WWII? For instance, how many were in the US, the UK, the Soviet Union, Australia, India, Kenya, etc.? I have found approximate numbers for some of those nations, but would like to get more information. Thanks!
Interested in the surnames Liberati and Gulfo. Also interested in Italy during World War II.
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Re: Italian POWs - WWII

Postby PeterTimber » 26 Aug 2014, 05:23

http://www.gentracer.com/newsletter.html The lead person, Kathy Kirkpatrick, http://www.gentracer.com is the person to contact for guidance in answering your research objectives concerning WW11 POW's
Please let me know how you make out. She is a remarkable woman. Peter
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