The prisoners will march in a long line from the mine.
While watching human prisoners march by, he makes a joke about a perceived bad smell.
On 19 January 1945, 1,500 prisoners marched out of camp in bitter cold.
A path was cleared across the alameda, and the prisoners marched back to the station.
After a 248-day long siege, an estimated 100,000 prisoners marched into captivity.
The camp's prisoners march through the wilderness where many die of fatigue, starvation and disease.
At that, British trucks were organized, which took us to the prison camp, past prisoners marching on foot, including a general.
I watched the bare brown back of the prisoner marching in front of me.
The prisoners, if such they can be called, whom none constrained, marched on in an orderly manner.
The two prisoners looked at one another, then marched defiantly to their bunks and sat down.