Camp Concordia

Camp Concordia was a Prisoner-of-war camp that operated from 1943-1945. Its location is two miles north and one mile east of Concordia, Kansas. The camp was used primarily for German army prisoners during World War II who were captured in battles that took place in Africa.

Camp Concordia was the largest Kansas camp, holding over 4,000 prisoners (some sources cite as high as 8,000 prisoners). The camp consisted of a complex of 300 buildings and was staffed by 800 United States soldiers.

Read more about Camp Concordia:  Daily Life, The Camp Today

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