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POW Camps in South Carolina

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This list of Prisoner of War Camps, Italian Service Unit Camps, and Prisoner of War Hospitals is based on weekly reports located on NARA microfilm #66-538 (population lists June 1942-June 1946). Additional locations based on newspapers, interviews, and other NARA records (at College Park and Regional Archives).

The POW Camps in South Carolina during World War II included:

Croft (Camp Edward), near Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, SC (base camp)
Jackson (Fort Andrew), Columbia, Richland County, SC (base camp)

Beaufort National Cemetery, Beaufort, Beaufort County, SC

There were 2 base camps, 22 branch camps, 1 hospital, and 1 cemetery in SC. More information in my latest book titled Prisoner of War Camps Across America and is available in Kindle format on Amazon and in Nook format on Barnes and Noble.

For more information about these camps, please see:

National Cemetery Beaufort Cemetery

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