DescriptionSeabrook Farms acquired 150 German prisoners of war who were being held at a former Civilian Conservation Corps camp in nearby Parvin State Park. Seabrook issued strict guidelines to its employees on how to interact with the POWs, including directives to avoid fraternizing with them and to not block them from the line of sight of their guards. According to a company memo, POWs were supposed to be under constant surveillance and kept in isolation from the main labor force at Seabrook Farms.
Organization NameSeabrook Educational and Cultural Center
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