Algona, Iowa

Camp Algona POW Museum


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Camp Algona housed up to 10,000 German prisoners of war from 1944 to 1946. A 70-foot linear display tells the story of this camp and its effect on the military and civilians in Algona. Weapons exhibit, World War II uniforms and artifacts, and displays of poetry, paintings and woodcarvings.


Admission: Fee
Hours: 1-4 Sat., Sun., Apr.-Dec. and by appointment
Address: 114 S. Thorington
Phone: 515-395-2267
Our Email: yocumcampalgona@netamumail.com
Our Website:www.pwcamp.algona.org

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