prisoner of war
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Imagine his astonishment on learning that he was then addressing the very man whom he had hoped to meet as a prisoner-of-war.
He treated the wounded soldier and the prisoner-of-war with kindness.
In my opinion no prisoner-of-war has ever escaped without more than a fair share of luck, and no one ever will.The Escaping Club|A. J. Evans
The crews were not only trained in prisoner-of-war tactics, but also well supplied with small luxuries.The Outbreak of Peace|Horace Brown Fyfe
I was at last acquitted, and could return to my lonely chamber not as a criminal, but as a prisoner-of-war!