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13 Though this order made perfect sense from the standpoint of disciplinary authority, it was also taken in practice by many Germans to mean that prisoner-of-war officers had to salute lower-ranking German soldiers; this interpretation led to heated differences of opinion between the prisoners of war on the one hand, and their captors on the other, and was eventually dropped by the OKW. As a prisoner’s basic status (officer, noncommissioned officer, or other rank) would directly affect the uses to which he could be put, the interpretation by the OKW of British and American ranks which did not exist in the German military was a matter of some significance.

The administrative structure under which the permanent prisoner-of-war camps were controlled in Germany, on the other hand, was somewhat complicated at the beginning of the war, and became even more confusing as the war progressed and further reorganizations occurred. 106 At that point, they entered into the captivity of the Luftwaffe, whose structure for permanent camps mirrored those of the army, described below. 107 The permanent prisonerof-war units and installations to which prisoners of war were eventu- 30 Prisoners of War and the German High Command ally sent – the Stalags and Oflags – came under a different chain of command from that which existed for the capturing process.

Medical personnel and clergy were generally to be sent back to their home armies, unless a local commander had a good reason to keep them with the other prisoners. While crimes committed by a prisoner of war during the course of his soldiering would only be punished if he had not already faced prosecution by his Home Army, all prisoners of war were nonetheless subject to retaliatory measures. Individual prisoners of war were to be protected from acts of revenge, such as personal disgrace, withholding food, or mutilation or killing.

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