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The enemy in our hands : America's treatment of enemy prisoners of war, from the Revolution to the War on Terror

Author: Robert C Doyle; Arnold Krammer
Publisher: Lexington, Ky. : University Press of Kentucky, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
"Discovery and exposure of the U.S. military's inhumane treatment of detainees at Baghdad's Abu Ghraib prison and the Guantanamo Bay detention camp generated a media frenzy that many argue irrevocably damaged America's reputation as a world leader. Worldwide scrutiny of the photos and descriptions of the abuse of enemy prisoners of war, or EPWs, from the war on terror incited allegations of human rights violations  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Military history
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Doyle, Robert C.
Enemy in our hands.
Lexington, Ky. : University Press of Kentucky, ©2010
(DLC) 2009046402
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert C Doyle; Arnold Krammer
ISBN: 9780813173832 0813173833 9780813139616 0813139619
OCLC Number: 697175249
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 468 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Introduction: The enemy: imposing the condition of captivity --
Prisoners of independence: British and Hessian enemy prisoners of war --
Habeas corpus: war against Loyalists and Quakers --
Second American revolution: cartel and enemy prisoners of the War of 1812 --
Manifest destiny versus nativism: Mexico, 1846-1848 --
Prisoners of politics: a very uncivil war --
Indians as POWs in America: from discovery to 1914 --
Spaniards and Insurrectos: Spanish-American War (1898) and war in the Philippines (1899-1905) --
Over there and over here: enemy prisoners of war and prisoners of state in the Great War --
Pensionierte Wehrmacht: German and Italian POWs and internees in the United States --
Reborn: Japanese soldiers as enemy prisoners of war and American Nisei internees --
After the victory: optimism, justice, or vengeance? --
Prisoners at war: forced repatriation and the prison revolts in Korea --
Vietnam quagmire: enemy prisoners of war, Phoenix, and the Vietcong infrastructure --
To Desert Storm and beyond: enemy prisoners of war and the conflict of rules --
Iraqi freedom, Abu Ghraib, and the Guantanamo: the problem of the moral high ground --
Evolution of new paradigms: reflections on the past, present, and future --
Appendixes. Loyalists units organized in the American Revolution ; Cartel for the exchange of POWs in the War of 1812 ; Confederate and union POW camps ; General order 207: instructions for the government of armies of the United States ; Andersonville deaths, 1864-1865 ; Hague convention ratified by the United States, 3 December 1909 ; German prisoners captured by US divisions, 1917-1918 ; Executive order 9066 ; World War II trials of US personnel ; Nuremberg principles, 1946 ; Geneva convention, 1949 ; US code of conduct, 1954.
Responsibility: Robert C. Doyle ; [foreword by Arnold Krammer].


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