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in·tern·ee

 (ĭn′tûr-nē′)
n.
One who is interned or confined, especially in wartime.

internee

(ˌɪntɜːˈniː)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who is interned, esp an enemy citizen in wartime or a terrorism suspect

in•tern•ee

(ˌɪn tɜrˈni)

n.
a person who is or has been interned.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.internee - a person who is interned; "the internees were enemy aliens and suspected terrorists"
captive, prisoner - a person who is confined; especially a prisoner of war
Translations

internee

[ˌɪntɜːˈniː] Nprisionero/a m/f de guerra (civil)

internee

[ˌɪntɜːrˈniː] ninterné(e) m/f

internee

nInternierte(r) mf

internee

[ˌɪntɜːˈniː] ninternato/a
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ISLAMABAD -- Around 2,233 internees of National Internship Programme (NIP) have been offered employment on basis of their potential and performance in different public and private organizations.
Using oral history and documentary sources, this book compares internment of German, Austrian, and Italian internees in Great Britain and those of Japanese ancestry in the US during World War II.
According to the report, 16 Latin American countries interned at least 8,500 nationals from Japan, Germany, and Italy during the war, and 12 deported some or all of their alien internees to the US.
But at one camp, art helped internees maintain hope and express their refugee experience.
Then, however, the second shoe dropped: "You have been reclassified as internees.
Martine as an accredited driver of the three old trucks at Changi, was one of four internees allowed out of the prison under guard to buy provisions.
When the camps closed after the war and the internees left the area, this history became hidden from several generations," Owyoung wrote in the City of Distinction entry.
Suggested by the World War II experiences of the family of actor George Takei, best known for his work in "Star Trek," Allegiance is set in one of the camps as several generations of internees, among them American citizens both native-born and naturalized, cope with being imprisoned as enemies by their own country.