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He added: "It was traumatic being locked up - it was like the shock of capture.
In battle situations when you capture someone, you are supposed to keep up the shock of capture so you can extract more things out of them, important information.
While this worked to some extent on American prisoners -- many of whom were demoralized by the shock of capture early in the war -- it proved less effective on Commonwealth captives.