Source: The Times History of the War, 12 (1917): 469.

From Pursuit of an "unparalleled opportunity": American YMCA and prisoner of war diplomacy among the Central Power nations during World War I, 1914-1923 by Kenneth Steuer

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  • Children play in the streets of the prison camp at Holzminden outside of their one-story wooden barracks. The Germans incarcerated interned French families at Holzminden early in the war as enemy aliens. While the prison camp was segregated into men's and women's compounds at night, internees could visit other sections of the facility during the day. Source: The Times History of the War, 12 (1917): 469.