- ['stalag, 'ʃtalag]noun (in the Second World War) a German prison camp, especially one for non-commissioned officers and privates.OriginGer., contr. of Stammlager, from Stamm 'base, main stock' + Lager 'camp'.
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Stalag — Luft III. Stammlager (abreviado, Stalag) fue en el III Reich la denominación de un campo para prisioneros de guerra en la Segunda Guerra Mundial. La denominación exacta era Mannschaftsstamm und straflager. En los Stalags podían ser internados, de … Wikipedia Español
Stalag IV-B — (or Stalag IV B) was one of the largest prisoner of war camps in Germany during World War II. Stalag meens the german noun Stammlager . The main camp was located 8km NE of the town Mühlberg in Brandenburg, just east of the Elbe river and about 30 … Wikipedia
stalag — [ stalag ] n. m. • 1940; mot all., abrév. de Stammlager « camp d origine » ♦ Hist. Camp allemand, pendant la guerre de 1939 1945, où étaient internés les prisonniers de guerre non officiers. Stalags et oflags. « l une avait son fils et l autre… … Encyclopédie Universelle
Stalag II-B — was a German World War II POW camp situated one and a one half miles (2.4 km) west of the village of Hammerstein, now the Polish town Czarne, Pomeranian Voivodeship on the north side of the railway line, (53°41′N 16°58′E).ContentsTimeline* The… … Wikipedia
Stalag ii-a — Le Stalag II A Neubrandenburg est un camp de prisonniers de guerre de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, situé à Fünfeichen, près de Neubrandenburg, dans le Land de Mecklembourg Poméranie occidentale, dans le nord de l Allemagne. Sommaire 1 Chronologie… … Wikipédia en Français
Stalag IX-B — also known as Bad Orb was a World War II German Army POW camp at Wegscheide close to Bad Orb in the province of Hesse, Germany. It had the reputation of being one of the worst Stalags, especially when it was overcrowded in 1945. The camp was also … Wikipedia
Stalag IV-G — (sometimes referred to as Stalag IVG or Stalag 4G)The administrative headquarters of Stalag IV G were in Oschatz, a town situated between Leipzig and Dresden in Saxony, Germany.At 11 16 March, 1945 there were 4457 British and 776 American… … Wikipedia
Stalag ii-d — Le Stalag II D Stargard est un camp de prisonniers de guerre de l Armée allemande, pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, situé près de Stargard, aujourd hui Stargard Szczecinski, en Poméranie, à 30 km à l est de Szczecin. Sommaire 1… … Wikipédia en Français
Stalag XX-A — was a German World War II PoW Camp located in Thorn/Toruń, Poland. It was not a single camp and contained as many as 20,000 men at its peak. The main camp was located in a complex of fifteen forts that surrounded the whole of the city. The forts… … Wikipedia
Stalag XI-B — was a German Army POW camp near Fallingbostel in Lower Saxony, north western Germany. Timeline* Originally a work camp at the west end of the huge German Army training grounds Bergen, it was transformed into a POW camp at the end of 1939, to… … Wikipedia
Stalag II-D — Stargard was a World War II German Army Prisoner of war camp located near Stargard, today Stargard Szczecinski, in western Pomerania, 30 km east of Szczecin. Timeline * The camp was established on military training ground in September 1939 to… … Wikipedia