Event Details
June 21, 2024, 6–7:30 p.m.
Full Hendrickson Room
Hendrickson South
Hendrickson North
Event Description

Learn about the fascinating history of German and Italian prisoners of war who were interned in Arlington Heights and the surrounding area during the Second World War. In all, 425,000 German prisoners lived in 700 camps throughout the United States during World War II. Genealogy specialist Mark Keime will share his research and the records of labor operations, camp life, and much more. 

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Mark Keime

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