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This is a pioneering history of the experience of captivity of British prisoners of war in Europe during the Second World War, focussing on how they coped and came to terms with wartime imprisonment. Clare Makepeace reveals the ways in which POWs psychologically responded to surrender, the camaraderie and individualism that dominated life in the camps, and how, in their imagination, they constantly breached the barbed wire perimeter to be with their loved ones at home. Through the diaries, letters and log books written by seventy-five POWs, along with psychiatric research and reports, she explores the mental strains that tore through POWs' minds and the challenges that they faced upon homecoming. The book tells the story of wartime imprisonment through the love, fears, fantasies, loneliness, frustration and guilt that these men felt, shedding new light on what the experience of captivity meant for these men both during the war and after their liberation.

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‘Clare Makepeace is a rare historian able to combine depth of knowledge with exquisite sensitivity. By delving into the intimate lives of prisoners of war, Makepeace reveals the primacy of domestic ties in the inner lives of these captives, and emphasises the range and complexity of different masculinities. The book is a ‘must read’, not only for people curious about war and captivity, but also for anyone interested in the history of everyday lives’.

Joanna Bourke - Birkbeck, University of London

'This is a profoundly important new history of Second World War captivity. Through the experience of British prisoners of war, Clare Makepeace provides a groundbreaking appraisal of the impact of war upon masculine identity. A tour de force addition to the cultural history of modern warfare’. ,

Heather Jones - London School of Economics and Political Science

‘British Prisoners of War in Europe in the Second World War offers a rare combination of impeccable scholarship coupled with deep humanity for the men who lived through the history. British Prisoners of War in Europe in the Second World War is teeming with vivid stories and compelling voices. Every page adds another level of understanding to what it must have been like to experience captivity. This riveting account will appeal to anyone fascinated by history - but also to any reader interested in how we respond to adversity’.

Midge Gillies - author of The Barbed-Wire University (2012)

‘By weaving together the diaries and letters of those involved with official sources, and with insights from psychology, sociology and history, Clare Makepeace shows what everyday captivity entailed for the many thousands of British servicemen captured by the Axis powers behind barbed wire. Carefully constructed and well-written, British Prisoners of War in Europe in the Second World War breaks new ground in the understanding of the social and cultural history of British prisoners of war in the Second World War.'

Bob Moore - University of Sheffield

‘A fascinating, compassionate and evocative exploration of the highs and lows of life in captivity, told directly and contemporaneously by the men experiencing it.'

Greg Taylor Source: Phoenix Magazine

'A pioneering study … an invaluable reference for historians and family researchers alike.'

Mark Simner Source: Who Do You Think You Are

'… a poignant, at times searing human story … This pioneering examination is remarkable for the richness of its source material, depth of scholarship, and sensitive analysis.'

Kristen Alexander Source: Twentieth Century British History

'… an extremely interesting read, which I would recommend to all psychologists and others interested in the psychology of war, warfare and survival psychology.'

Jamie Hacker Hughes Source: The Psychologist

'… it is the kind of topic that needs a good deal of rigour. Happily the author matches that rigour with empathy and with a clear sense of how her work will meet its objective of filling a gap in the literature. She succeeds more than admirably.'

Peter Monteath Source: Sabretache

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ADM 1/18875, Memorandum from the Director of Tactical, Torpedo and Staff Duties Division, 17 June 1944
ADM 1/18875, Captain H. Johnston ‘Remarks on Handling Repatriated Prisoners of War’, 17 June 1944
ADM 116/5353, letter from the Air Council to the Under-secretary of State, War Office, 17 August 1944
ADM 116/5353, War Office file no: 0103/6753 (P.W.2), Message sent by American Legation at Bern, 28 February 1945
AIR 40/2361, ‘Summary of Mail from RAF Prisoners of War’, August 1943
AIR 40/2361, ‘Summary of Mail from RAF Prisoners of War in Germany’, 22 January 1945
AIR 49/388, Record of Conference Held at the Ministry of Pensions to Discuss the Rehabilitation and Resettlement of Repatriated Prisoners of War, 20 June 1944
AIR 49/388, The Resettlement Training of Returned RAF Prisoners of War, 30 January 1945
AIR 49/388, Minutes of Meeting to Consider the Question of the Rehabilitation of Returned PW, 1 March 1945
AIR 49/388, RAF POW Resettlement Centres: Reorientation Training, 30 April 1945
CUST 106/369, ‘Communication with Prisoners of War Interned Abroad’, General Post Office, December 1940
CUST 106/369, ‘Communication with Prisoners of War and Civilians Interned Abroad’, General Post Office, August 1941
FO 916/38, Telegram from the American Embassy at Berlin, 23 March 1941
FO 916/1201, Draft Parliamentary Answer, 21 August 1945
FO 1013/177, A. T. M. Wilson, ‘Some Problems of Repatriation and Resettlement of German Prisoners of War’, September 1947
LAB 12/352, Ministry of Labour’s Circular to Regional Controllers ‘Civil Resettlement Units for Army Personnel’, April 1945
LAB 12/352, ‘Settling Down in Civvy Street, Civil Resettlement Units’, May 1945
LAB 12/352, Minutes of a Meeting with Regional Controllers, Ministry of Labour and National Service, Civil Resettlement Planning Headquarters, 10 May 1945
LAB 12/352, Letter from Ministry of Labour and National Service Northern Regional Office, 8 June 1945.
LAB 12/352, Notes of a Discussion on the Civil Resettlement of Repatriated Officer Prisoners of War, Kneller Hall, 2 October 1945
LAB 12/352, M. L. C. 4/2 War Office Resettlement Units, 28 November 1945
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WO 32/10746, ‘Prisoners of War Captured before 14 April 1940, Repatriation of Prisoners of War Who Have Been a Long Time in Captivity’
WO 32/10746, Extract of Letter from Senior British Officer, Major J. H. V. Higgon, Oflag VIIB, to Major General Sir Richard Howard-Vyse, Chairman of the Prisoner of War Department, 6 November 1944
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WO 32/10757, The Repatriate Prisoner of War from the Medical Aspect, Australian Military Forces, undated
WO 32/10757, Consulting Psychiatrist to the Army, ‘Rehabilitation of British Prisoners of War Returned to this Country’, 21 August 1943
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WO 32/10757, ‘Conference of Officers Commanding Military Convalescent Depots on the Rehabilitation of Prisoners of War’, 30 November 1943
WO 32/10757, Major G. B. Matthews, ‘Report on the Mental Health of Prisoners of War’, Stalag Luft III, 17 February 1944
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WO 32/10757, Record of a Meeting Held at Hobart House on 3 June 1944 to Discuss Questions Relating to the Sorting, Training and Subsequent Disposal of Return PW
WO 32/10757, Extract from ‘Report on Interviews with Escaped and Repatriated Ps of W’, 8 June 1944
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WO 32/10757, Refresher Training for Repatriated Prisoners of War, War Office, April 1945
WO 32/10757, R. F. Barbour, ‘Interim Report on Returned Prisoners of War’, 29 August 1945
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WO 32/10950, ‘Extracts from a Questionnaire Given to 200 RAMC and 200 Stretcher Bearer Repatriated Prisoners of War’, 21 December 1943
WO 32/10950, A. T. M. Wilson, ‘Report to the War Office on Psychological Aspects of the Rehabilitation of Repatriated Prisoners of War’, February 1944
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WO 32/11125, ‘Brief for DPW on War Office Report on the Rehabilitation of Repatriated Prisoners of War’
WO 32/11125, ‘Repatriation of Canadian POW’, 1 July 1944
WO 32/11125, Proposal by a Repatriated RAF Officer, sent from E. G. Gepp (DPW) to the Deputy Adjutant General, 23 August 1944
WO 32/11125, Colonel Chapel, ‘A Few Words on Returned Prisoners of War’, version 10A, October 1944
WO 32/11125, Memo from P.W.2.d to D. P. W., 16 November 1944
WO 32/11125, R. A. C. Radcliffe, ‘Welfare and Morale of Returned Prisoners of War’, Visit to Units of 45 Division, 5–9 January 1945
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WO 32/11125, Minute from DD of O (D) to the Private Secretary to the Adjutant General, 2 July 1945
WO 165/129, Medical Diaries, AMD 11, January to December 1943, Memorandum for Deputy Director of Medical Services, Eastern Command, 10 January 1943
WO 165/129, Medical Diaries, AMD 11, January to December 1944, Minutes of a Conference of War Office Selection Board Psychiatrists, 23 April 1944
WO 165/129, Medical Diaries, AMD 11, January to December 1945, Minutes of the 30th Meeting of Command Psychiatrists, 6 April 1945
WO 165/129, Medical Diaries, AMD 11, January to December 1945, Minutes of the 31st Meeting of Command Psychiatrists, 2 June 1945
WO 208/3291, ‘Secret Camp Histories, Oflag VIIB Eichstatt’
WO 208/3294, ‘Secret Camp Histories, Oflag IXA/Z, Rotenburg’
WO 208/3295, ‘Secret Camp Histories, Oflag XIIB, Hadamar’
WO 344/1/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of E. W. Abbott
WO 344/7/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of R. Anderson
WO 344/9/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of D. L. Armitage
WO 344/15/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of E. G. Ball
WO 344/19/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of E. Barrington
WO 344/19/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of L. F. Barter
WO 344/23/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of J. H. Beddis
WO 344/31/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of C. E. Bloss
WO 344/32/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of W. M. G. Bompas
WO 344/41/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of A. G. Brook
WO 344/41/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of B. A. Brooke
WO 344/46/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of P. N. Buckley
WO 344/62/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of A. Clague
WO 344/68/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of C. L. Coles
WO 344/72/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of D. R. Cooper
WO 344/80/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of P. A Cunningham
WO 344/94/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of J. F. Dover
WO 344/99/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of A. J. East
WO 344/100/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of A. G. Edwards
WO 344/106/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of R. J. Fayers
WO 344/107/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of T. A. Figg
WO 344/115/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of G. B. Gallagher
WO 344/119/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of J. K. Glass
WO 344/127/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of R. J. Grogan
WO 344/128/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of P. Hainsworth
WO 344/129/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of G. W. Hall
WO 344/137/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of A. Hawarden
WO 344/156/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of H. L. Hurrell
WO 344/156/3, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of N. C. Hyde
WO 344/161/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of H. C. M. Jarvis
WO 344/177/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of E. G. Laker
WO 344/178/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of G. T. Lambert
WO 344/209/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of J. W. M. Mansel
WO 344/231/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of J. S. Naylor
WO 344/232/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of D. Nell
WO 344/251/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of J. Phillips
WO 344/262, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of R. G. M. Quarrie
WO 344/267/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of W. Richards
WO 344/280/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of J. W. Scott
WO 344/286/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of H. F. Shipp
WO 344/304/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of F. J. Stewart
WO 344/305/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of E. C. Stirling
WO 344/319/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of E. Tipple
WO 344/337/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of D. H. Webster
WO 344/340/1, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of D. Westmacott
WO 344/341/2, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of J. G. White
WO 344/356, Liberated Prisoner of War Interrogation Questionnaire of N. R. Wylie
WO 366/26, Colonel H. J. Phillimore, ‘Prisoners of War’, 1949
GC/135/B.1/1, Lecture to SHAEF P. W. Executive Officers, August 1944
ACICR, B G 14, box 413, file IV, Note pour M. Pictet de Marti, Délégue du CICR, 30 janvier 1942
ACICR, B G 14, box 414, Letter from A. S. Greenwood, Man of Confidence, Reserve Lazarett, Freising, to Secretary ICRC, 5 September 1943
ACICR, B G 14, box 414, Dr A. Cramer, membre du CICR, ‘Note pour la Délégation du Comité International de la Croix Rouge, Londres’, 4 octobre 1943
ACICR, B G 14, box 414, Letter from Senior British Medical Officer at Stalag VIIIB to the Protecting Power, 7 October 1943
ACICR, B G 14, box 414, Dr A. Cramer, membre du CICR, ‘Note sur la Question du Rapatriement’, 20 janvier 1944
ACICR, B G 14, box 414, Dr A. Cramer, membre du CICR, ‘Note pour la Délégation du CICR à Berlin’, 4 février 1944
ACICR, B G 14, box 414, Dr A. Cramer, membre du CICR, ‘Note pour la Délégation du CICR à Berlin’, 19 juillet 1944
ACICR, B G 14, box 420, file: Sous-Commission (Accord Type) Réunion des 2 et 3 mai 1946, ‘Rapport du les Travaux de la Réunion de la Sous-Commission chargée d’Établir un Projet d’Accord-type Revisé, tenue à Genève les 2 et 3 mai 1946’, 21 mai 1946
ACICR, B G 14 box 424, Extraits du Rapport ‘Commission Médicale Mixte A. Voyage en Allemagne du 14.4.44-12.5.44. Conférence Préliminaire des Deux Commissions Médicales Mixtes à Constance le 14 avril 1944
ACICR, B G 14, box 424, ‘Summary of the Medical Diagnosis in Relation to the Decisions of the Mixed Medical Commission B, 14.4.44 to 12.5.44, on British Prisoners of War’
ACICR, B G 14, box 424, ‘Rapport sur le Travail de la Commission Médicale Mixte B du 14.4.44-12.5.44 en Allemagne’
ACICR, B G 14, box 424, Dr Rubli et Dr Waldhart, ‘Commission Médicale Mixte en Allemagne (avril 1944)’, 15 mai 1944
ACICR, B G 14, box 424, Letter d’Erlach à A. Cramer, membre du CICR, 22 mai 1944
ACICR, B G 14, box 424, Colonel d’Erlach, ‘Proposals of the Mixed Medical Commission in Germany to the Mixed Medical Commission in Egypt, Australia, India, South Africa to Ensure the Equality of Judgement’, covering letter dated 28 May 1944
ACICR, B G 14, box 424, ‘Extraits du Rapport “Commission Médicale Mixte B Voyage en Allemagne du 14.4.44 au 12.5.1944” du 5.6.1944
ACICR, B G 14, box 424, Letter from Colonel d’Erlach, President of the Mixed Medical Commission A in Germany, to the Presidents of the Mixed Medical Commission in Great Britain, United States and Canada, 3 September 1944
ACICR, B G 14, box 425, Raptriements des Malades, Statistique sur les Causes de Décès dans les Camps de Prisonniers de Guerre, britanniques, 15 août 1941, 15 octobre 1941, 15 janvier 1942
ACICR, B G 14, box 426, file R.I., ‘Some Notes on the Treatment of Prisoners of War’, Major G. J. Dean, 24 April 1942
ACICR, B G 14, box 427, file R.III., Letter from E. C. Hole, British Consulate-General, Izmir, to the Senior British Officer, S.S. Citta di Tunisi, 7 May 1943
ACICR, B G 14, box 427, file R.IV, Letter from the Senior British Officer of Oflag IXA/Z to ICRC, 9 November 1942
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