The other seven prisoners of war were sent to Germany.
From the mid-1700's until 1948, criminals and political prisoners were sent here.
About 150 German prisoners were sent back over the new bridge.
The courts send prisoners there, it's easy for them to do.
In 1782 the prisoners were released and sent to Jamaica.
In the 19th century, around 1.2 million prisoners had been sent to Siberia.
Sick or unable to work prisoners were sent back to the mother camp.
Female prisoners were sent to Kansas in territorial days also.
The prisoners were sent back to prison to await a second trial.
It meant the prisoner was sent abroad, often to Australia, and usually for life.