Most People In Nebraska Don’t Know That Fort Robinson Was A German POW Camp In WWII
Most people know Nebraska’s Fort Robinson as a former US Army fort, a historic site, and the site of Sioux Chief Crazy Horse’s death. Or maybe you’re familiar with the state park’s breathtaking landscapes, bountiful recreational activities, and historic lodging. There’s one part of Fort Robinson’s history, though, that many people aren’t aware of: it served as Nebraska’s largest German POW camp in World War II.
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As a lifelong Nebraskan, Delana loves discovering the many hidden treasures of her state. She has worked as a writer and editor since 2007. Delana's work has been featured on more than a dozen websites and in Nebraska Life Magazine.
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