Bando Prisoner of War Camp, Naruto

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#5 of 11 in Historic Sites in Naruto
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The Bandō POW camp (板東俘虜収容所, Bandō Furyoshūyōsho) was a prisoner-of-war camp during World War I in what is now Naruto, Tokushima Prefecture, Shikoku Island, Japan. From April 1917 to January 1920, just under a thousand of the 3,900 German soldiers captured at Tsingtao, China in November 1914 were imprisoned at the camp. When the camp closed in 1920, sixty-three of the prisoners chose to remain in Japan.
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  • Bando POW camp is relic from WWI when Japanese interred German POWs here. There is a water storage area, and a bridge built by prisoners. It is now a park. About a half kilometer away is a German...  more »
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  • 當年鳴門遠東戰俘收容所的遺址,建物多已經毀滅,剩下地基,一個水塔,後面的大池塘還有德意志殉戰者紀念碑。看起來就是個常見的社區公園規模。
  • I felt so historically valuable places I think are not important. It is too bad. I think quite different impression, mowing alone, and administrators a tight budget, but at the very least use volunteers. Germany Pavilion, way stations and along tourist attractions to be expecting.
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