Camp Blanding (detention facility)
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|US Gov Name||Camp Blanding Internment Camp|
|Facility Type||U.S. Army Internment Camp|
|Administrative Agency||U.S. Army|
|Location||Starke, Florida (29.9333 lat, -82.1000 lng)|
|Population Description||Held Japanese immigrants from the U.S. Also held German and Italian nationals, as well as fourteen German prisoners of war (POWs) captured in a submarine.|
|General Description||U.S. Army Internment Camp located in Starke, Florida, southwest of Jacksonville, in northeast Florida.|
|Peak Population||343 (1942-05-04)|
|National Park Service Info|
- The capacity of this facility was 200, yet the U.S. Army interned more than 300 people here.
Last updated July 14, 2015, 10:06 p.m..