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" Prisoners of War are in the power of the hostile Power, but not of the indi•dividuals or corps who have captured them. "
Devil at My Heels - Page vi
by Louis Zamperini, David Rensin - 2009 - 336 pages
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Substantive and Procedural Aspects of International Criminal Law: The ...

Gabrielle Kirk McDonald - Law - 2000 - 587 pages
...the Belligerents is not a contracting Power. The Convention provides, among other things: (1) That prisoners of war are in the power of the hostile Power,...of the individuals or corps who have captured them; that they must be humanely treated and protected, particularly against acts of violence, insults and...
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