Source: For the Millions of Men Now Under Arms, 2:12 (November 1, 1917): 8B.

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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  • Portraits of a Hungarian officer, left, who was imprisoned in an unidentified Russian POW camp in Siberia, and a Russian staff officer, right, who have committed their lives after the war to working with the YMCA. The Association had a significant impact on the lives of soldiers and POW's who received Red Triangle services during the war. They saw the organization as a vital post-war social program for their countries. Source: For the Millions of Men Now Under Arms, 2:12 (November 1, 1917): 8B.