Prisoners Of War On Cape Cod

Prisoners Of War On Cape Cod

By DEBORAH G. SCANLON During World War II, Cape Cod’s Camp Edwards received about 5,000 German prisoners of war. They worked at a camp constructed to hold them much of the time, but they also picked strawberries in Cape Cod’s fields, worked at an Army-owned laundromat...
Guarding the Sandwich Beaches

Guarding the Sandwich Beaches

By JOHN P. DESMOND When Sarah Currey gets to the beach to start her day as a lifeguard in Sandwich at 8 AM, she joins in the effort of the lifeguard team to prepare for the day. A senior at Sandwich High School, Sarah has been a lifeguard for two summers, having...