Journal article

Take (No) Prisoners! The Red Army and German POWs, 1941-1943

Mark Edele



Awarded by Australian Research Council Discovery Grant

Funding Acknowledgements

Research for this article was made possible, in part, by a University of Western Australia Research Development Award in 2010 and an Australian Research Council Discovery Grant (DP130101215, 2013-16). It was also supported by very generous colleagues: I would especially like to thank Iva Glisic, Leonid Vaintraub, and Jonathan Waterlow for their help in various archives, and Jurgen Forster, Tsuyoshi Hasegawa, Jochen Hellbeck, Matthew Lenoe, Lennart Samuelson, David Stahel, and Alex Statiev for their many valuable suggestions. The comments of the two readers for the JMH-particularly those of David Stone, who generously volunteered to reveal his identity-helped immensely in the task of polishing the final product. I am also grateful to Stewart Candlish for correcting my Teutonic English and to Debra McDougall for editing the final product. Early versions of this paper were presented at the Conference of the Australasian Association for European History, July 2, 2007, Sydney; the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS) Annual Convention, Boston, November 13, 2009; the Research Seminar, History Department, the University of Reading, UK, February 2, 2010; the Modern European Social and Cultural History Research Seminar, Faculty of History, Oxford University, February 9, 2010; and the UWA History Seminar, April 14, 2010. More advanced versions were presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Los Angeles, California, November 18-21, 2010; the conference L'Union sovietique et la Seconde Guerre mondiale, Paris, May 5-7, 2011; the University of Newcastle (Australia) History Research Seminar, April 20, 2012; and the War Studies Seminar at the University of Western Australia, August 15, 2014.