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  1. Muktilar says:
    In Germany, stalag (German pronunciation: [ˈʃtalak]) was a term used for prisoner-of-war camps. Stalag is a contraction of " Sta mm lag er", itself short for Kriegsgefangenen-Mannschafts-Stammlager.
  2. Karan says:
    Aug 10,  · The movie is a 'great' portrayal of the lives of American officer POW's, in a German stalag. They try to make the best of it, with very limited resources. Every small thing and things that are out of the ordinary are the things that make them go through their days and is what's keeping them alive.8/10(K).
  3. Zolozuru says:
    Examples of stalag in a Sentence Recent Examples on the Web To keep captive spirits up in the stalag, the prisoners staged makeshift plays. — Robert D. Mcfadden, New York Times, "Roy Dotrice, Nimble .
  4. Shaktikree says:
    Stalag 17 () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  5. Gole says:
    Stalag 17's irreverence likely didn't revolutionize moviemaking for adults so much as it paved the way for the likes of M*A*S*H and Animal House. Then again, that .
  6. Grozahn says:
    stalag (plural stalags) (historical) A German prisoner-of-war camp, especially in World War II. (attributive) A genre of Nazi exploitation Holocaust pornography in Israel that flourished in the s and early s. stalag fiction; a stalag novel.
  7. Tezuru says:
    ​Stalag IA was a German prisoner-of-war camp located near the village of Stablack, about km ( mi) north-west of Preußisch Eylau, East Prussia (now Bagrationovsk in Russian Kaliningrad Oblast). The camp was built in late by Polish prisoners of war.
  8. Kajishura says:
    Movie Info The winner of the Ivor Novello Award for Television Theme Music in , director Adrian Shergold's spoof of wartime escape films tells the tale of a bumbling RAF Officer who plots the Category: Comedy, Drama.
  9. Brara says:
    Stalag is an abbreviation of Stammlager. NCO's (Sergeants) and enlisted men only. Where a camp has a "/Z" after it, such as Stalag The main camp is indicated by an "/H", which stands for Hauptlager.

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