What was the treatment of Polish POW in British or Soviet uniform in WW2?

What was the treatment of Polish POW in British or Soviet uniform in WW2?


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Suppose that Polish soldier, member of Polish Armed Forces in the West, becomes a German POW. How good or bad would have be treated ? Like UK/US POW (relatively mildly) or like Polish POWs from 1939 (somewhat harsher) ? Is there a chance he would be considered an illegal combatant and executed ?

Same question about Polish Armed Forces in the East. Would Germans treat them like captured Soviet soldiers (very poorly) or perhaps somewhat better ?

Sources that I have found (this for example) do not mention these two groups, they only mention original Polish POW from 1939, and captured members of Armia Krajowa.



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