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- n. A governmental euphemism for a concentration camp, especially a non-Nazi one from before or during WWII; a detention center; a relocation camp.
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- n. a camp for prisoners of war
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Their anxiety was increased by the brutal treatment of Szatmary’s wife, a former silent screen star, who was deported to an internment camp for “undesirables.”
About one mile before reaching the internment camp at Cabanatuan, we suddenly became aware of a horrible, acrid stench, the smell of disease, dysentery and death.
One of the Hungarian workmen commented to my father, “I’ve only ever seen this type of thing at Kistarcsa,” the infamous Nazi and AVO internment camp outside the city.
Thomas Riker is freed from the Cardassian internment camp at Lazon II by the Grigari.
But she was determined not to follow the example of the former silent film star and wife of their colleague Jeno Szatmary who called all her friends for help when they dragged her husband from his bed at midnight and who, as a result, was deported to an internment camp somewhere in the countryside.