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" Prisoners of war are in the power of the hostile Power, but not of the individuals or corps who have captured them. They must at all times be humanely treated and protected, particularly against acts of violence, insults and public curiosity. Measures... "
Devil at My Heels - Page vi
by Louis Zamperini, David Rensin - 2009 - 336 pages
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The Canadian Yearbook of International Law, Volume 42; Volume 2004

D.M. McRae - Law - 2011 - 704 pages
...of the hostile Government, but not of the individuals or formation which captured them. They shall at all times be humanely treated and protected, particularly against acts of violence, from insults and from public curiosity ... Art. 3. Prisoners of war are entitled to respect for their...
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The Laws of Armed Conflicts: A Collection of Conventions, Resolutions, and ...

Dietrich Schindler, Jiří Toman - Law - 1988 - 1 pages
...of the hostile Government, but not of the individuals or formation which captured them. They shall at all times be humanely treated and protected, particularly against acts of violence, from insults and from public curiosity. Measures of reprisal against them are forbidden. Art. 3. Prisoners...
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Japanese Americans - Pb

Daniels Et - History
...presentation, but to mention just a few: Article 2 states in part that prisoners of war must always be humanely treated and protected, particularly against acts of violence, insults, and public curiosity. Article 42 stipulates that prisoners of war have the right to inform their captors of their requests...
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Substantive and Procedural Aspects of International Criminal Law: The ...

Gabrielle Kirk McDonald - Law - 2000 - 587 pages
...power of the hostile Power, but not of the individuals or corps who have captured them; that they must be humanely treated and protected, particularly against acts of violence, insults and public curiosity; that they have the right to have their person and honor respected; that women shall be treated with...
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Japanese War Crimes: The Search for Justice

Peter Li - History - 339 pages
One of the most troublesome unresolved problems facing many Asian and Western countries after the Asia Pacifi c war (1931-1945) is the question of the atrocities committed by ...
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The Mystery of Frankenberg's Canadian Airman

Peter Hessel - History - 2005 - 248 pages
...of the hostile Government, but not of the individuals or formation which captured them. They shall at all times be humanely treated and protected, particularly against acts of violence, from insults and from public curiosity. Measures of reprisal against them are forbidden. Of course,...
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Valhalla's Warriors: A History of the Waffen-SS on the Eastern Front 1941-1945

Terry Goldsworthy - History - 2007 - 284 pages
...humane treatment of combatants and civilians alike. An example of this is Article 2 that dealt with the treatment of prisoners of war: Article 2. Prisoners...Measures of reprisal against them are prohibited. Of note is that Germany was signatory to both the Hague and Geneva Conventions as to the conduct of...
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Prisoners of War

Ron Fridell - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2007 - 160 pages
...particularly against acts of violence, insults and public curiosity. From the 1929 Geneva Convention: "They must at all times be humanely treated and protected,...against acts of violence, insults and public curiosity. " As a soldier and as a camp commander, I advise and urge you to preserve your morale. You can best...
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Das Kriegsvölkerrecht - Theoretische Grundlagen und praktische Anwendung am ...

Tobias Meints - 2007 - 236 pages
...of the hostile Government, but not of the individuals or formation which captured them. They shall at all times be humanely treated and protected, particularly against acts of violence, from insults and from public curiosity. Measures of reprisal against them are forbidden. Art. 4. The...
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