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The Hoten Camp was a World War II prisoner of war camp in Manchuria that was liberated by Russian troops in August 1945. Prisoners detained at the camp included Thomas J. H. Trapnell and Colonel Edwin H. Johnson. Archives has records for 1,420 Allied prisoners held here, 1,193 of whom were liberated, and 224 of whom did not survive their captivity.
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