are noncombatants who have been detained because they present some threat to coalition forces and therefore require further investigation.
GLORIOUS homecomings will be recalled this weekend, when tribute is paid to the Far East Prisoners of War and civilian internees
who returned to Liverpool during the autumn of 1945.
Camp rules and warning signs in Spanish were posted according to Army Regulation (AR) 190-8, Enemy Prisoners of War, Retained Personnel, Civilian Internees
and Other Detainees.
Mrs Joan Bulley, aged 60, a member of the Association of British Civilian Internees
, said: "I am hopeful of some progress in that there's a meeting being held and we have been told they will discuss the issue of prisoners.
200) For both Conventions, the drafters at the Diplomatic Conference wished to make the obligation to release prisoners of war and civilian internees
independent of the political will of either party or the conclusion of a peace treaty.
10) In May 1944 all civilian internees
were moved to a camp in Sime Road where the internees were able to grow some of their own food.
This absolute duty to refrain from purposeful misconduct may be contrasted with the affirmative obligation that parties have to take feasible precautions to separate the civilian population, civilian internees
, POWs, fixed medical establishments and medical units, and cultural property, from the dangers of military operations.
Last weekend, the commemorative events related to the 70th anniversary of VJ Day, an immensely moving service, organised jointly by St Mary's Anglican Church and the Belford United Reform Church, attracted a large congregation who heard a series of harrowing but inspiring addresses from individuals based upon the recorded experiences of family members of former POWs and civilian internees
The Queen and members of the Royal Family will take part in of events on Saturday, including a service attended by veterans, former prisoners of war and civilian internees
A service, attended by the Queen, veterans, former prisoners of war and civilian internees
, will be held at St Martin-in-the-Fields Church.
It not only deals with the end of the missionary era in China, contributing to missionary and Christian studies, but also exploits fresh records that illuminate the social history of wartime China, thereby shedding light on the controversial issues surrounding the J apanese treatment of Western civilian internees
in Shanghai and North China.
At the request of the parties and with the consent of those concerned, the ICRC, in its role as a neutral intermediary, can facilitate the repatriation of prisoners of war and civilian internees
in coordination with the parties to the conflict.