Although the Geneva Conventions required that internees be allowed to publish a newspaper in their native language, this was not allowed at Camp Forrest. Max Ebel comments that the men preferred English because they more commonly spoke English anyway. Newspaper courtesy of Arthur D. Jacobs.
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