The POW camp where Nazi secrets were uncovered
First published September 21, 2014 on CBS News; on VT 21 December 2021
During WWII, Army Intelligence interrogated high-ranking prisoners-of-war at a secret installation (Camp Hunt) in Alexandria, Virginia, dubbed “P.O. Box 1142.”
Seth Doane reports on this little-known piece of history that took place just a few miles from the nation’s capital.
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