The Aliceville (Alabama) Museum and Cultural Center

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One of the largest POW camps in the U.S. was located in Aliceville, Alabama. It had the capacity to hold 6,000 POWs.

The Aliceville Museum and Cultural Arts Center includes a permanent collection that features:

...lasting artistic expressions made by the Germans. Through their paintings, letters, books, sculptures, wood crafting, pottery, musical instruments and photographs a vivid picture of life at Camp Aliceville is revealed.

The museum also shows a 14 minute documentary which includes interviews with former POWs and military guards.

1 comment, 0 trackbacks (URL) , Tags: museum Alabama
Volker Kabel on November 11, 2015 at 5:14 p.m.
My Grandfather was a POW in Alabama.
I Guess he stood in Aliceville.
Do you know if a Ernst Heinrich Kabel stood in the camp!?

Thank you

V. Kabel
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