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The thoughts and opinions expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily of the U.S. Government, the U.S. Department of the Navy or the Naval War College.

Documents on Prisoners of War

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DOCUMENTS ON PRISONERS OF WAR

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface . . . x

Table of Documents . . . ix

Abbreviations . . • . . . • . . . • xxvi

Documents . . . • . . . 1

Index . . . 841

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TABLE OF DOCUMENTS

DATE B.C. E. 610-632 A.D. 1179A.D. 30 January 1648 24 October 1648 21July 1774 10 September 1785 4May1792 3 August 1792 TITLE PAGE The Bible . . . 1

The Qur'an (Koran) 3 Decree of the Third Lateran Council . . . 4

Treaty of Peace Between Spain and the Netherlands, signed at Munster, in Westphalia . . . 5

Treaty of Peace Between France and Her Allies and the Holy Roman Empire and Its Allies, signed at Munster, in Westphalia . . . 6

Treaty of Kutschuk-Kainardji [Kucuk Kainardji], being A Treaty of Peace between Catherine II, Tsarina of Russia, and Abdul-Hamid I, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire . . . 7

Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the King of Prussia and the United States of America (Berlin) . . . 8 Decree of 4 May 1792 of the

French National Assembly

concerning Prisoners of War 10 Decree of3 August 1792 of the

French National Assembly concerning Prisoners ofW ar

Captured in Combat 12

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10 16 September 1792 Decree of 16 September 1792 of the French National Assembly concerning the Exchange of

Prisoners ofWar ... 13 11 25May1793 Decree of25 May 1793 of the French

National Convention concerning a Uniform Method for the

Exchange ofPrisoners [ofWar] . 14 12 4June 1805 Treaty of Peace and Amity

between the United States of America and the Bashaw, Bey, and Subjects of Tripoli,

in Barbary ... 16 13 4 August 1811 Imperial Decree of 4 August 1811

Concerning Prisoners ofWar and Hostages (France) ... 17 14 12May1813 Cartel for the Exchange of

Prisoners ofWar Between Great Britain and the United States of America ... 18 15 24 December 1814 Treaty of Peace and Amity

between His Britannic Majesty and the United States of

America (Ghent) ... 23 16 30June 1815 Treaty of Peace and Amity

Con-eluded Between the United States of America and His Highness Omar Bashaw,

Dey of Algiers ... 24 17 26 November 1820 Convention Between Colombia and

Spain for the Regularization

of the War (Trujillo) ... 26 18 14 September 1829 Treaty of Adrianople, being A

Treaty of Peace between the Emperor of Russia and the

Emperor of the Ottomans ... 28 19 24 October 1832 Opinion of the [British] King's

Advocate concerning the Improper Treatment of

Prisoners of War (London) 29 20 4/5 November 1847 Proclamation od General Guillaume

H. Dufour during the Swiss Civil War of 1847 (TheW ar of the

Sonderbund)

...

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21 2 February 1848 Treaty of Peace, Friendship, Limits, and Settlements between the United States of America and the United Mexican States (Guadalupe Hidalgo) .... 32 22 22July 1862 The "Dix-Hill Cartel" for the

General Exchange of Prisoners ofWar Entered into between the Union and Confederate

Armies ... 34 23 24 April1863 Instructions for the Government

of the Armies of the United States in the Field (The

"Lieber Code") ... 37 24 22 August 1864 Geneva Convention for the

Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded in Armies in the

Field ... 45 25 24 October 1865 United States v. Henry Wirz ... 46 26 20 October 1868 Additional Articles Relating to the

Condition of theW ounded of

Armies in the Field (Geneva) ... 57 27 27 August 187 4 Declaration of Brussels ... 58 28 29July 1899 1899 Hague Convention II with

Respect to the Laws and Customs of War on Land

(with Annexed Regulations) .... 61 29 29July 1899 1899 Hague Convention III for the

Adaptation to Maritime Warfare of the Principles of the Geneva

Convention of August 22, 1864 .. 65 30 31May1902 Treaty ofVereeniging (Treaty of

Peace between the Orange Free State and the South African

Republic with Great Britain) ... 66 31 c. 1902 The "Usages of War on Land"

(Kriegsbrauch im Landkriege) . 67

32 6July1906 Geneva Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded of the Armies

in the Field

...

74

33 18 October 1907 1907 Hague Convention IV with Respect to the Laws and Customs ofWar on Land

(with Annexed Regulation) ... 76

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DOC. NO. DATE TITLE 34 18 October 1907 1907 Hague Convention V

Respecting the Rights and Duties of Neutral Powers and

Persons in Case of War on Land 81 35 18 October 1907 1907 Hague Convention X for the

Adaptation to Maritime Warfare of the Geneva Convention

[of6July 1906]

...

83 36 18 October 1907 1907 Hague Convention XI

Relative to Certain Restrictions with Regard to the Exercise of the Right of Capture in

Naval War ... 85 37 2July 1917 Agreement between Great Britain

and Germany Concerning Combatant and Civilian

Prisoners of War (The Hague) 86 38 3March 1918 Treaty of Brest-Litovsk between

Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and Turkey on the One Hand, and Russia on the

Other, Together with a German-Russian Agreement Supplemen-tary to the Peace Treaty ... 94 39 1July 1918 General Orders No. 106, General

Headquarters, American Expeditionary Forces,

France ... 96 40 14July 1918 Agreement between the British

and German Governments Con-cerning Combatant Prisoners of War and Civilians (The Hague) 101 41 11 November 1918 Conditions of an Armistice

between the Allied and Associated Powers and

Germany (Compiegne, France) 114 42 11 November 1918 Agreement between the United

States and Germany concerning Prisoners ofWar, Sanitary

Personnel, and Civilians (Berne) 115 43 29 March 1919 Report of the Commission on the

Responsibility of the Authors of the [First World] War and on the Enforcement of Penalties ... 158

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DOC. NO. DATE 44 28June 1919

45 2 February 1920 46 19 April1920

47 19 February 1923

48 27 July 1929

49 27 July 1929

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Treaty of Peace between the Allied and Associated Powers, on the One Part, and Germany, of the

Other Part (Versailles) . . . 165 Treaty of Peace between Russia

and Esthonia (Tartu, Esthonia) . 169 Agreement between Germany and

the Russian Socialist Federal Soviet Republic with Regard to the Mutual Repatriation of Prisoners of War and Interned

Civilians (Berlin) . . . 171 Rules of Aerial Warfare Drafted by

an International Commission of Jurists Established by the Washington Diplomatic

Conference on the Limitation of Armament (The Hague) ... 175 Geneva Convention for the

Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick of Armies in the Field . . . 176 Geneva Convention Relative to

the Treatment of Prisoners

ofWar ... 178 50 22 June 1940 Armistice Agreement between

the Chief of the German High Command and French Plenipo-tentiaries (Forest of

Compiegne, France) . . . 201 51 16 June 1941 Regulations Pertaining to

Prisoners ofWar: Translation of a Collection of Orders Issued by the Supreme Command of the Wehrmachtfrom 16June 1941 to 15 January 1945 (Berlin) . . . 203 52 24 December 1941 Agreement between the United

States and Italy Supplementing the 1929 Geneva Prisoner-of-War Convention (Berne,

December 1941.June 1942) . . . 215 53 21 January 1942 Rex v. Giuseppe and Others (South

Africa, Supreme Court,

Trans. Prov. Div.) . . . 224

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54 4 March 1942 Arrangement between the United States of America and Germany Respecting Reciprocal Applica-tion of the Model Agreement concerning Repatriation and Hospitalization of Prisoners of War annexed to the Convention [Relative to the Treatment of Prisoners ofWar] signed at GenevaJuly27, 1929

(Washington) . . . 226 55 29 October 1942 Ex Parte Richard Quirin et al

(United States Supreme Court) . 229 56 1943 Japanese Regulations for the

Treatment of Prisoners of

War(Tokyo) . . . 231 57 9 March 1943 Japanese Disciplinary Law for

Prisoners ofWar (Tokyo).... . . . 236 58 21 April 1943 Japanese Detailed Regulations

for the Treatment of

Prisoners ofWar (Tokyo) . . . 239 59 20 May 1943 Japanese Regulations on the Work

of Prisoners of War (Tokyo) . . . . 245 60 3 September 1943 Military Armistice between the

Allied Forces and Italy; and Instrument of Surrender

(Sicily) . . . 249 61 7 October 1943 Rex v. Krebs (Magistrate's Court

of the County of Renfrew,

Ontario, Canada) . . . 250 62 15 July 1944 Rex v. Shindler et a1 (Police

Court, Alberta, Canada) . . . 253 63 19 September 1944 Agreement for an Armistice

between the Soviet Union and the United Kingdom, Acting on Behalf of All the United Nations at War with Finland, on the One Hand, and Finland on the Other Hand (Moscow) . . . 256 64 20 January 1945 Agreement concerning an

Armistice between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the

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United States of America on One Hand and Hungary on the

Other (Moscow)

...

257 65 11 February 1945 Agreement between the United

States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Respecting Liberated Prisoners ofWar and Civilians Liberated by Forces Operating under Soviet Command and Forces Operating under United States of America Command

(Yalta)

...

258 66 1March 1945 Rex v. Brosig (Court of Appeals,

Ontario, Canada)

...

262 67 26 March 1945 Rex v. Kaehler and Stolski

(Supreme Court, Appellate

Division, Alberta, Canada) ... 269 68 8 August 1945 Agreement by the Government of

the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Government of the United States of America, the

Provisional Government of the French Republic and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics for the Prosecution and Punishment of the Major War Criminals of the European Axis (London) ... 276 69 8 October 1945 Trial of General Anton Dostler

(U.S. Military Commission,

Rome) ... 285 70 3 December 1945 Trial of Erich Killinger and Four

Others (British Military Court,

Wuppertal, Germany) ... 291 71 7 December 1945 Trial of General Tomoyuki

Yamashita(U.S. Military

Commission, Manila) ... 294 72 13 December 1945 Trial ofNisuke Masuda and Four

Others (The J aluit Atoll Case), (U.S. Military Commission,

Kwajalein) ... 300

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73 20 December 1945 Control Council Law No. 10

(Allied Control Council, Berlin) 304 74 22 December 1945 Trial ofErich Heyer and Six Others

(The Essen Lynching Case)

(British Military Court, Essen) 309 75 19 January 1946 Special Proclamation by the

Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers at Tokyo Estab-lishing an International Military Tribunal for the Far East; and the Tribunal's [Amended]

Charter

...

312 76 4 February 1946 In re Yamashita

(U.S. Supreme Court) ... 319 77 14 March 1946 Trialof~lAmberger(The

Dreierwalde Case) (British Military Court, Wuppertal,

Germany) ... 327 78 15 April1946 Trial of Lieutenant General

Shigura Sawada and Three Others (U.S. Military

Commission, Shanghai) ... 330 79 10May1946 Trial of Kurt Student (British

Military Court, Lunenberg'

Germany) ... 338 80 8June 1946 In re Territo (U.S. Court

of Appeals, 9th Circuit) ... 342 81 12July 1946 Trial of Tanaka Chuichi and Two

Others (Australian Military

Court, New Britain) ... 344 82 25July 1946 Trial of Lieutenant General

Harukei Isayama and Seven Others (U.S. Military

Commission, Shanghai) ... 345 83 29July1946 Trial of Generaloberst Nichola us

von Falkenhorst (British Military Court, Brunswick,

Germany) ... 349 84 9 September 1946 Trial of Lieutenant General Kurt

Maelzer (U.S. Military

Commission, Florence) ... 355 85 30 September 1946 United States and Others v.

Herman W. Goering and Others (International Military Tribunal, Nuremberg, Germany)

...

357

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86 18 October 1946 Ordinance No.7 of the Military Government of Germany, U.S. Zone of Occupation (as

Amended by Ordinance No. 11) 364 87 24 October 1946 Rex. v. Perzenowski, Rex. v. Wolf,

Rex. v. Busch, Rex. v. Mueller (Supreme Court, Appellate

Division, Alberta, Canada) ... 372-88 11 December 1946 - Resolution 95(1), "Affirmation of

the Principles of International Law Recognized by the Charter ofthe NurmbergTribunal," adopted by the General

Assembly of the United Nations 376 89 5 February 1947 Trial ofTanabe Koshiro

(Nether-lands Temporary Court-Martial, Macassar, Celebes)

...

378 90 10 February 1947 Treaty of Peace between the Allied

and Associated Powers, on the One Part, and Hungary, on the Other Part (Paris)

...

380 91 16 April1947 United States v. Erhard Milch (The

Milch Case) (U.S. Military

Tribunal, Nuremburg) ... 381 92 20May 1947 Rex v. Werner and Another (Union

of South Africa, Supreme Court, Appellate Division)

...

385 93 2June 1947 Trial of Lieutenant-General Baba

Masao (Australian Military

Court, Rabaul, New Britain) ... 392 94 19 August 1947 United States v. Karl Brandt et al

(The Medical Case) (U.S.

Military Tribunal, Nuremberg)- 394 95 3 September 1947 Trial of Max Wielen and 17 Others

(The Stalag Luft II Case) (British Military Court, Hamburg)

...

397 96 21 November 1947 Resolution 177(II), "Formulation

of the Principles Recognized in the Charter of the Nurnberg Tribunal and in the Judgment of the Tribunal," adopted by the General Assembly of the

United Nations ... 407

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97 8April1947 United States v. Otto Ohlendorf et al (The Einsatzgruppen Case) (U.S. Military Tribunal,

Nuremberg)

...

408 98 30August 1948 Resolution XIX, "Draft

Interna-tiona! Conventions," adopted by the XVIIth International Confer-ence of the Red Cross

(Stockholm) ... 422 99 30 August 1948 Resolution XXII, "Protests

Con-cerning Alleged Violations of the [1929 Geneva] Conventions," adopted by the XVIIth Interna-tiona! Conference of the Red

Cross (Stockholm)

...

423 100 27 October 1948 United States v. Wilhelm von Leeb

et al (The High Command Case) (U.S. Military Tribunal,

Nuremberg)

...

424 101 4 November 1948 United States and Others v. Sadao

Araki and Others (International Military Tribunal for the Far

East, Tokyo) ... 437 102 15 January 1949 Agreement for the Exchange of

Prisoners ofWar between the Commander-in-Chief, Pakistan Army, and the

Commander-in-Chief, Indian Army

...

477 103 11 March 1949 General Armistice Agreements

between Israel and Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, and Syria,

respectively ... 478 104 11 April1949 United States v. Ernst von

Weiz-aecker et al (The Ministries Case) (U.S. Military Tribunal,

Nuremberg) ... 481 105 8 August 1949 Resolutions 2, 3, and 9 Adopted by

the 1949 Geneva Diplomatic

Conference

...

497 106 12 August 1949 Geneva Convention for the

Amel-ioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick in Armed

Forces in the Field ... 499 107 12 August 1949 Geneva Convention for the

Amel-ioration of the Condition of the

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6 October 1951

Wounded, Sick and Shipwrecked Members of the Armed Forces

at Sea ... 504 Geneva Convention Relative to the

Treatment of Prisoners ofWar 506 Reservations to the 1949 Geneva

Prisoner-of-War Convention Made by the Soviet Union at the Time of Signing (12 August 1949) and Adhered to upon Ratification (10 May 1954), with an Explana-tion (26 May 1955) . . . 551 Uniform Code of Military Justice of

the United States (as Amended) 553 Formulation of the Nurnberg

Principles by the International

Law Commission . . . 559 Trials of Accused War Criminals:

Rules of Criminal Procedure for Military Commissions of the

United Nations Command . . . 564 Resolution 382A(V), "Threats to

the Political Independence and Territorial Integrity of Greece," adopted by the General

Assembly of the United Nations 581 Resolution 488(V), "Formulation of

the Nurnberg Principles," adopted by the General

Assembly of the United Nations 582 Resolution 427(V), "Measures for

the Peaceful Solution of the Problem of Prisoners ofWar," adopted by the General

Assembly of the United Nations 583 Penal Code ofYugoslavia . . . 585 Draft Code of Offences Against the

Peace and Security of Mankind, prepared by the International

Law Commission . . . 586 Trials of Prisoners of War for Post

Capture Offenses: Supple-mentary Rules of Criminal Procedure for Military Commis-sions of the United Nations

Command (as Amended) . . . 588

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119 19 October 1951 Procedure Governing Non-Judicial Punishment of Prisoners of War of the United Nations Command 607 120 20 October 1951 Regulations Governing the Penal

Confinement of Prisoners of War of the United Nations Command 610 121 23 October 1951 Articles Governing United Nations

[Command] Prisoners ofWar 615 122 November 1951 Interpretation of the Geneva

Con-ventions of 1949: Some State-ments Adopted by Experts from the Nordic Countries ... 617 123 6 August 1952 Resolution 21, "Prisoners of

War-Korea," adopted by the XVIIIth International Conference of the Red Cross (Toronto)

...

619 124 7 August 1952 Resolution 23, "Telegraphic

Communications (War Victims)," adopted by the XVIIIth Interna-tiona! Conference of the Red

Cross (Toronto) ... 621 125 3 December 1952 Resolution 610(VII), "Korea:

Reports ofthe United Nations Commission for the Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea," adopted by the General

Assembly of the United Nations 622 126 11 April1953 Agreement between the United

Nations Command, on the One Hand, and the Korean People's Army and the Chinese People's Volunteers, on the Other Hand, Concerning the Exchange of Sick and Injured Prisoners of

War (Panmunjom, Korea) ... 626 127 8June 1953 Agreement between the United

Nations Command, on the One Hand, and the Korean People's Army and the Chinese People's Volunteers, on the Other Hand, concerning Prisoners ofW ar: Including the Terms of Reference for theN eutral Nations Repatria-tion Commission (Panmunjom,

Korea)

...

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DOC. NO. DATE PAGE 128 23July 1953 Agreement between the

Com-mander-in-Chief, United Nations Command, on the One Hand, and the Supreme Com-mander of the Korean People's Army and the Commander of the Chinese People's Volunteers, on the other Hand, Concerning A Military Armistice in Korea

(Panmunjom, Korea) ... 635 129 20July 1954 Geneva Accord: Agreement on

the Cessation of Hostilities in

VietNam ... 640 130 24 March 1955 United States v. Floyd (U.S. Army

Board of Review) ... 641 131 29July 1955 A Report by the [U.S.] Secretary of

Defense's Advisory Committee on Prisoners of War

(Washington) ... 643 132 1955 Penal Code of Ethiopia, Provisions

for the Repression of Violations oflnternational Law ... 647 133 17 August 1955 Code of Conduct for Members of

the Armed Forces of the United States (as Amended)

...

648 134 1955 Treatment of British Prisoners of

War in Korea (London) ... 651 135 September 1955 Model Agreement Relating to the

Retention of Medical Personnel and Chaplains ... 668 136 6 October 1955 Thai Act for the Application of the

1949 Geneva Convention Relative to the Treatment of

Prisoners ofWar ... 671 137 28 January 1956 Re Tassoli (Court of Cassation of

Italy, United Chamber) ... 673 138 July 1956 The Law of Land Warfare

(United States) ... 675 139 7 September 1956 United States v. Batchelor (U.S.

Court of Military Appeals)

...

685 140 23July1957 Geneva Conventions Act, 1957

(United Kingdom)

...

692

141 1958 The Law ofWar On Land

(United Kingdom)

...

694

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142 25 December 1958 Law of Criminal Responsibility for Military Crimes (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)

...

704 143 21June 1961 Opinion of the Judge Advocate

General of the United States Army concerning the Use of ''Truth Serum" in Questioning

Prisoners ofWar ... 708 144 29 November 1961 Czechoslovak Penal Law ... 710 145 9 October 1965 Resolution XXI, "Implementation

and Dissemination of the Geneva Conventions," adopted by the XXth International Conference of the Red Cross (Vienna) ... 711 146 9 October 1965 Resolution XXII, "Personnel for

the Control of the Application of the Geneva Conventions," adopted by the XXth Interna-tiona! Conference of the Red

Cross (Vienna)

...

713 147 9 October 1965 Resolution XXIV, ''Treatment of

Prisoners ofWar," adopted by the XXth International Confer-ence of the Red Cross (Vienna) 715 148 9 October 1965 Resolution XXV, "Application of

the Geneva Conventions by the United Nations Emergency Forces," adopted by the XXth International Conference of the Red Cross (Vienna) ... 717 149 9 October 1965 Resolution XXVI, "Repression of

Violations of the Geneva Conven-tions," adopted by the XXth International Conference of the Red Cross (Vienna)

...

719 150 9 October 1965 Resolution XXVII, ''Protests

Regarding Alleged Violations of the Humanitarian Conventions," adopted by the XXth Inter-national Conference of the

Red Cross (Vienna)

...

721 151 21 September 1966 United States Military Assistance

Command, Vietnam, Directive No. 20-5, Inspections and Investigations: Prisoners ofWar

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-Determination of Eligibility

(as Amended) . . . 722 152 5 October 1966 StanislausKrofan&Anor. v. Public

Prosecutor (Singapore Federal Court) ... 732 153 4 December 1967 Public Prosecutor v. Oie Hee Koi

(and Associated Appeals) (Privy Council, United Kingdom) . . . 737 154 14 December 1967 Resolution 2312(XXII),

"Declara-tion of Territorial Asylum," adopted by the General

Assembly of the United Nations 747 155 27 December 1967 United States Military Assistance

Command, Vietnam, Directive No. 381-46, Military Intelligence: Combined Screening of

Detainees . . . 748 156 2 July 1968 United States v. Staff Sergeant

Walter Griffin (U.S. Army Board of Review) ... 752 157 28 July 1968 Mohamad Ali and Another v. Public

Prosecutor (Privy Council,

United Kingdom) . . . 757 158 13 January 1969 Resolution 2444(XXII), "Respect

for Human Rights in Armed Conflicts," adopted by the General Assembly of the

United Nations . . . 767 159 February 1969 Proposed System of Standard

Telegram Messages To and From Prisoners ofWar . . . 769 160 13 Apri11969 The Military Prosecutor v.

Omar-Mahmud Kassem and Others (Israeli Military Court,

Ramallah) . . . 771 161 13 September 1969 Resolution XI, "Protection of

Prisoners ofWar," adopted by the XXI.st International Confer-ence of the Red Cross

(Istanbul) . . . 781 162 13 September 1969 Resolution XIII, "Reaffirmation

and Development of the Laws and Customs Applicable in Armed Conflicts," adopted by the XXIst International Confer-ence of the Red Cross (Istanbul) 783

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163 22 September 1970 United States Military Assistance Command, Vietnam, Directive No. 190-6, Military Police: ICRC Inspections of Detainee/

Prisoner ofWar Facilities ... 785 164 16 December 1971 Instrument of Surrender by the

Pakistani Eastern Command to the Indian and Bangladesh

Forces

...

787 165 11 April1973 Telegraph Regulations (Geneva, 11

April1973) Annexed to the Inter-national Telecommunications Convention (Malaga-Torrem-olinos, 25 October 1973): and Recommendations of the Interna-tiona! Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee

(Geneva, December 1972) ... 788 166 27 January 1973 Agreement on Ending the War and

Restoring Peace in Vietnam between the United States of America, The Republic of Viet-nam, The Democratic Republic of Vietnam, and the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of Vietnam; With A Protocol concerning the Return of Captured Military Personnel and Foreign Civilians and De-tained Vietnamese Civilian

Personnel (Paris)

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791 167 28 August 1973 Delhi Agreement between India

and Pakistan for the Repatriation ofPrisoners ofWar

...

796 168 14 November 1973 Resolution XII, "Implementation

and Dissemination of the [1949] Geneva Conventions," adopted by the XXIInd International Conference of the Red Cross

(Teheran) ... 798 169 14 November 1973 Resolution XIII, "Reaffirmation

and Development of Interna-tiona! Humanitarian Law Applicable in Armed Conflicts,"

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adopted by the XXIInd Inter-national Conference of the Red Cross (Teheran)

...

800 170 3 December 1973 Reservations to the 1949 Geneva

Prisoner-of-War Convention Made by the "Provisional Revo1u-tionary Government of South Vietnam" at the Time of

Accession ... 802 171 21 December 1973 United States v. William L. Calley,

Jr. (U.S. Court of Military

Appeals) ... 804 172 9April1974 Agreement between Bangladesh,

India, and Pakistan (New Delhi) 817 173 5July1974 Universal Postal Convention, Part

I. Rules Applicable in Common Throughout the International

Postal Service (Lausanne)

...

820 174 7 June 1977 Resolution 21, "Dissemination of

Knowledge of International Humanitarian Law Applicable in Armed Conflicts," adopted by the Diplomatic Conference on the Reaffirmation and Developoment of International Humanitarian Law Applicable in Armed

Conflicts (Geneva)

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822 175 10June 1977 Protocol I Additional to the Geneva

Conventions of12 August 1949, and Relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts (Geneva)

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