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Located about 1-1/2 miles out of town, this display gives a good view of how German POW soldiers were treated during the period 1943-1946 in Kansas. Only a few buildings remain but the guides give a good narrative explaining the history of the camp (at...More
I spent about two hours here and learn far more than I thought I would. Paul is very informative and passionate about the camp and the people who lived and wored there. VEry informative and one of the few left in the country.
Spent the afternoon at the orphan train museum and then the POW museum, and my wife and I both were so pleased with the depth of knowledge and stories about the camp that the curator shared with us. The building was a warehouse at the...More
Went to Camp Concordia after arranging the tour through Susie at Tourism Center. Paul was the tour guide and knew so must about this. 300 buildings, 400 prisoners. Several have came back as they were treated well. Would recommend seeing this but you have to...More