Telling the Story of POWs: The National Prisoner of War Museum
Former prisoners of war partnered with Andersonville National Historic Site to create and develop the National Prisoner of War Museum, the only museum solely dedicated to interpreting the American prisoner of war experience. The National Prisoner of War Museum is dedicated to all prisoners of war in America's past who have served their country with dignity and distinction, so that current and future generations will be inspired by their service and sacrifice.
Did You Know?
In preparation for the New Jersey Monument placed in the National Cemetery in 1899, researchers 'rescued' the name of Pvt. John Henry Bell, Company M Second New Jersey Cavalry. Bell had been on the records as a deserter for 34 years. More...