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convention
used in Unbroken by Hillenbrand

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Definition
a written international agreement
  • Virtually nothing about Japan's use of POWs was in keeping with the Geneva Convention.
    p. 234.7
convention = an international agreement
  • The 1929 Geneva Convention, which Japan had signed but never ratified, permitted detaining powers to use POWs for labor, with restrictions.
    p. 234.5
  • convention = an international agreement
  • The only aspect of the Geneva Convention that the Japanese sometimes respected was the prohibition on forcing officers to work.
    p. 234.9
  • convention = an international agreement
  • Though this violated the Geneva Convention's prohibition on forcing officers to labor, Fitzgerald now knew what life in camp with the Bird was like.
    p. 280.7
  • convention = an international agreement
  • I knew nothing about the Geneva Convention.
    p. 393.6
convention = an international agreement
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