This is a list of Prisoner of War (POW) Camps located in the United Kingdom during World War II. German POWs in England were graded as follows: "Grade A (white) were considered anti-Nazi; Grade B (grey) had less clear feelings and were considered not as reliable as the 'whites'; Grade C (black) had probable Nazi leanings; Grade C+ (also Black) were deemed ardent Nazis."
- There was a large amount of renaming, renumbering and reuse of camp numbers during World War II. The reason for this is unknown but speculation has it that it was to confuse the Axis powers in the event of any attempted breakouts after any potential Paratrooper attack or invasion. Example below:
No. 286 Purfleet Camp, Beacon Hill, Purfleet, Essex
No. 654 Purfleet Camp, No.4 Transit Camp, Beacon Hill, Purfleet, Essex
No. 655 Purfleet Camp, No.1 Transit Camp, Beacon Hill, Purfleet, Essex
- Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland - Bonnytown POW Camp, Working Camp, Site No. NO51SW 61.
- The National Archives (The National Archives document reference No.: FO 939/306): '97 Working Camp, Birdingbury Camp, Bourton, Warwickshire'.
- The National Archives (The National Archives document reference No.: FO 939/180): '254 Working Camp, Sutton Bridge Camp, Holbeach, Lincolnshire'.
- English Heritage, Roger JC Thomas, 2003, Prisoner of War Camps (1939 - 1948).
- "Site of Prisoner of War camp 669, West Ridge Gardens". Greenford 365. 2012-12-11. Retrieved 2019-01-10.