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Due to planned maintenance, there may be some disruption to this service between 7am and 9am (GMT) on the 6th of October. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Following the advice of UK and Scottish Governments, NCAP has now returned to limited operations in our offices.

We are now able to process orders for not-yet-digitised aerial imagery, to revised delivery timescales.


Prisoner of War Camps

During the Second World War, many thousands of soldiers, sailors and airmen were captured by the opposing sides. These prisoners of war (known as PoW's or PW's) were removed from front-line areas and interred in a variety of structures, from purpose-built camps, to castles, forts and industrial buildings. Some PoW's were treated cordially by their captors, while others were regarded as little more than expendable slave-labour.
This gallery features imagery of PoW camps in the UK, Germany and Japan.