1116 - 11/16 Korean POW 1. History of POW 1. Classical...

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11/16 Korean POW 1. History of POW 1. Classical Period: Annihilation, slavery or public humiliation 2. Medieval: commoners (no change), nobles (parole) 3. Gradually: better--prisoner exchange, Geneva conventions, etc. 2. Legal Status of Soldier 1. Still in military 1. Still subject to UCMJ, still get paid, still under order, still able to be promoted, etc. 2. Code of Conduct: mostly a summary of international law 3. Geneva Conventions: mostly rights, not standards of conduct 3. History of Prisoner Misconduct 1. Earliest: joining the other side 2. WWI and WWII: more complicated (propaganda, collaboration, etc) 4. “Lenient Policy” (Why was Korea different?)--brainwashing (below outlines what was done to the POW) 1. Death marches 2. Segregation and humiliation of officers 3. Manipulation of welfare conditions: progressive-reactionary basis 4. Informer system 5. Torture 6. Lectures 7. Discussion groups 5. What else? 1.
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1116 - 11/16 Korean POW 1. History of POW 1. Classical...

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