The Captives of Korea: An unofficial white paper on the treatment of War Prisoners
It is primarily focused on the Iran-Iraq war prisoners
but has decided to gather works on prisoners of other wars in the world.
They insisted as well on the importance of increasing moral and material support to the Palestinian people and providing further care to war prisoners
, notably women and children.
Demjanjuk has acknowledged being at other camps but not at Sobibor, which was run by 20 to 30 Nazi SS members and up to 150 former Soviet war prisoners
Regarding announcement of al-Houthi to release what he called them "war prisoners
", the minister said that in these confrontations no war prisoner
but hostages from citizens who should be released.
AS A ship carrying 1,500 Second World War prisoners
to a Canadian internment camp, the Arandora Star should have embarked on its transatlantic journey with a red cross on its side.
He examines the treatment of war prisoners
from Biblical and medieval times, though the evolution of international law, to the changes that have come about since 9/11.
Historians writing about Australian Second World War prisoners
may not always "get it right", but I hope many continue to try.
The agreement on ''missing people'' is an oblique reference to as many as 485 South Koreans allegedly abducted to the North, and more than 500 war prisoners
from the Korean conflict.
Most people think they know the answer and that it refers to Civil War prisoners
held in Bablake Church who were scorned by local folk when they were exercised in the streets.
We live in a world where we hear of the atrocities that war prisoners
on both sides experience and see images of what victims suffer every day.
At the heart of the tale, and seen in flashback, is the torture of Gulf War prisoners
by a bunch of British squaddies - their hellish humiliation and murder captured on video.