Posted on June 3, 2018
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Camp Atterbury was opened in 1942 as a training center and served as such through 1946. Late in World War II, about 15,000 prisoners of war from the European theater of combat were interned here. After serving as the separation center for more than…
Category: Historic site, MilitaryTags: Bartholomew County, Camp Atterbury, Chapel, Edinburgh, Indiana, Memorial, Museum, National Guard, Prisoner of War Camp, World War II
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