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WWII German POW returns to Washington state
— to say thank you for being captured

Seattle Times, by Staff

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Posted By:Maggie2u, 10/8/2017 1:11:12 PM

JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD — Günter Gräwe spent three years as a German prisoner of war in Western Washington, a World War II incarceration he recalls not with rancor but gratitude for the chance to “live and learn in America.” Gräwe always thought about returning to the state to say thank you. Last week, the rail-thin veteran, now 91, did just that during a brief visit to this base, where guard towers and barbed-wire fences are long gone but some of the two-story wooden barracks that once housed German prisoners still stand. He declared his capture by the Americans at the age of 18

      


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Reply 1 - Posted by: Baxter1, 10/8/2017 1:28:47 PM     (No. 11409806)

What a great story, thanks for posting!!

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Reply 2 - Posted by: Hank Reardon, 10/8/2017 1:48:51 PM     (No. 11409838)

Likewise.. thank you.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: 49 Ford, 10/8/2017 2:12:09 PM     (No. 11409862)

My thanks to OP as well. What a great story. In a way this event, this outcome is what our fathers and grandfathers fought for back in the day.


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Reply 4 - Posted by: bighambone, 10/8/2017 2:13:53 PM     (No. 11409866)

There are hundreds of thousands of stories like this as those German soldiers recognized that if they had not been captured by the Americans or the British that they could have been sent to the Russian front where they likely would not have survived.

A huge number of captured German soldiers were transported to Canada and the USA, especially after the German Africa Korps was defeated by the British and Americans in North Africa.

I knew a German soldier who was captured in North Africa and ended up in a POW Camp near Clinton, MS where he worked on farms there until 1947 then was returned to Germany. He said that the ranking German soldier there was a General Officer who the US Army lent an automobile so that he could go into town to conduct business related to the camp. Nobody ever tried to escape as who would want to end up on the Russian front? He said that every few years he would come to the USA to visit the farmers where he worked, and that some of them came to West Germany to visit him and his family.

I knew another German POW, a Luftwaffe crewman on a German low level bomber, that was shot down during a very high profile raid on the RAF base at Biggin Hill in England. he was sent to a POW camp in Western Canada where he stayed until being returned to West Germany after the war. He learned to speak English while in Canada and after returning to Germany made a career for himself as an interpreter with the US Army.

Most of those stories have now passed into history.

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Reply 5 - Posted by: Daddyo, 10/8/2017 2:37:28 PM     (No. 11409892)

On the other hand my uncle was shot down over Austria and spent 2 years in a pow camp. He didn´t care much for it.

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Reply 6 - Posted by: dvc, 10/8/2017 4:01:15 PM     (No. 11409970)

Contrast this with the NFL BLM-lovers who are millionaires (while being "oppressed") and hate America.

Best wishes, sir, you are welcome.

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Reply 7 - Posted by: Heraclitus, 10/8/2017 4:40:50 PM     (No. 11409997)

Anyone, particularly Germans, captured by the Soviets, if, IF they survived the transport, ended up in gulags doing slave labor.

Generally speaking, no one survived their capture; no one was released to go home.

By the same token, if the Germans captured a Soviet soldiere, the same was done. The propsects for survival were virtually zero.

Both sides engaged in torture and obscene, grotesque abuse, of captured soldiers. Civilians were treated abysmally, horrifically. Women and girls were brutalized, raped, often murdered.

Such unspeakable things were visited upon each other.

Defeated peoples prayed that the US Army would get to them before the other allies (except to some extent the Brits).

Don´t ever let anyone tell you that "We" are no different, or are not "better" than every other country in history. Not perfect. But better, much much better

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Reply 8 - Posted by: harper, 10/8/2017 5:20:47 PM     (No. 11410025)

These POW stories are so common that they, although true, are unremarkable. Yet, post-modernist marxist leftards, inheritors of the disgusting mantle of commie mass-murder, call America evil.

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Reply 9 - Posted by: ketchuplover, 10/8/2017 5:24:51 PM     (No. 11410031)

I find each story quite remarkable.
Several years ago, while attending church with friends in Berlin, I met a man who had been a German POW in America. It seemed he had nothing but good memories of the ordeal.

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Reply 10 - Posted by: FLCracker, 10/8/2017 6:36:11 PM     (No. 11410074)

One of Fort Sam Houston´s German POWs, now an American citizen, came back to visit just after 9-11.

When asked to show his ID to the gate guard, our ex-POW said, "Why? You didn´t need to see it when I was here the first time!"

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Reply 11 - Posted by: PAdiva, 10/8/2017 7:42:23 PM     (No. 11410117)

My church sponsored missionaries to Germany. They met a man who had been a POW in Indiana during WW2. He worked at a farm and had to walk back and forth. A lady who lived on that road gave him a German Bible. That gesture changed his eternal destiny.


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Reply 12 - Posted by: bighambone, 10/8/2017 10:02:15 PM     (No. 11410200)

There is no comparison in a German solder being captured by the Americans and the British during the Second World War with German soldier captured by the Soviets. The Americans and the British treated POWs in accordance with the Geneva Convention while the Soviets throw POWs into slave labor camps where most POWs died.

The only exception to that rule on the Western front was after it became evident that the German SS and Waffen SS muredered numbers of American and British POWs. That changed the response to German POWs for awhile by both the Americans and British.

At the end of the war the entire German Army on the Western front became POWs of the Americans and the British. For the most part most of those German POWs were detained in a line of huge open air Allied POW camps aligned along the West Bank of the Rhine River from April to September 1945 when they were demoralized and sent home.

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Reply 13 - Posted by: pchristopher, 10/9/2017 1:30:08 AM     (No. 11410294)

Excellent story! Thanks!

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Reply 14 - Posted by: FLCracker, 10/10/2017 11:04:39 AM     (No. 11411892)

#12, I don´t know, maybe you meant to say it, but shouldn´t that be "demobilize" in your last sentence, rather than "demoralize"?

Of course, those camps could do both at the same time.

Re the treatment of German POWs at the end of the war. The German military and the Allied armies knew that their treatment of the POWs they held affected the treatment of their own troops in enemy hands and everybody played relatively nice.

The SS, being the SS, had a completely different view, and when they got control of the POW camps towards the end of the war, things got bad.

Another Fort Sam story, from the commander of troops involved in the incident. He was escorting a group of returned American POWs, including some survivors of the Malmedy Massecre to the post. When the Americans saw Fort Sam´s German POWs while their train was stopped near the POW camp, the Americans rioted.

The commander of troops found himself up on charges for failing to keep his command under control. Level heads prevailed and the commander was told, "There´s no way anyone could have kept those men under control."

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