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WWII Prisoner of War Operations

WWII Prisoner of War Operations

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"PRISONER OF WAR OPERATIONS"PMGOVolume II of 3 Volumes of Tabs
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WAR DEPARTMENT SPECIAL STAFF
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OCT
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ORIGIN Office
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HEADQUARTERS
ARMY SERVICE FORCES
OFFICE OF THE PROVOST MARSHAL GENERALWASHINGTON 25, D. C.
 
The Adjutant General's Office-•ashing tonAG 333,6 (10.30.^2) 0B-S.BM04IJanuary 10, 1943
SUBJFCTJ
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Apartment Policy «ith Respect to Labor of Prisoners
or
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The War Department policy with respect to labor of prisoners ofis announced as follows:a. Observance of all articles of the Geneva Convention of 1929tainlng to the labor of prisoners of war is directed. Attention
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especiallycalled to IrtleXes 11, 12, 27 to
3A
Inclusive and .Article
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(para^Taph 7
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89f 100 to 107 and 117, Rules of Land afarfare),
b.
Any work outside the combat zones not taring a direct relationwith -^ar operations and not impairing the »anuftictur« or transportation ofarms or munitions or the trenspor+fition of any Material clearly intendedfor combat units, ^nd not unhettlthfal, iajogerousj degrading, or beyonc
the
prisoner's physical capacity, is allowable and desirable.
2.
The clause Hrantporting naterial Intended for combatant units (y)427*10 paragraph 104) »ill be eonatr sd to vean that prisoners of war outsideof th« CO '
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way ra age in transportation and loadlar and unloaalnf ofsupplies, Other than
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or munitions,
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though setne of the commoditiessay ersnttiall/ b^? osed by combatant troops* Prisoners of war should not ber«cwired to handle 3uprli^» or mat-drial «bleh is unmistakably destined
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thiuse of combatant snltt«
3.
"ith reference? to the prohibition against ue
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r^dinj work, prisonersofwar will not be required tc act as orderlies Tor other than their own
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3u|jp*»?ted tyoes of »ork for such prisoners are ercployiaent in ?far 'e-owned ard operated laundries; brush clearance and construction of

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