prison camp

noun
1.
a camp for the confinement of prisoners of war or political prisoners.
2.
a camp for less dangerous prisoners assigned to outdoor work, usually for the government.

Origin:
1905–10

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Example sentences
His account of plantation life vividly suggests a life sentence in an
  uncommonly cruel prison camp.
He was caught the next day, and soon found himself in a hellish prison camp.
The inmates have tried a dozen ways of escaping from the prison camp.
The minimum security prison camp doesn't have fences around its perimeter.
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