Netflix's 'Camp Confidential' tells the story of Nazis housed in an American compound - and the Jews who looked after them


January 28, 2022

A still from "Camp Confidential."

(JTA) - "P.O. Box 1142" was the only name the Jewish GIs were given as to their destination. The American World War II soldiers, many of them refugees from Europe, assumed they would be flying overseas to fight Nazis. Instead, they were taken to an off-the-grid compound in rural Virginia - to look after Nazis.

"Camp Confidential: America's Secret Nazis," an animated documentary from Israeli directors Mor Loushy and Daniel Sivan, tells the story of a group of Jewish American veterans whose sole experience of WWII was guarding a secret Nazi POW camp on American soil (mostly made up of scienti...

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