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> An account of mistreatment of girls and boys in Iraqi prisons: “Undressing, blows and cold water”

9 July 2004 00:12
And then there was a time, during WWII, when American-born children of German ancestry were held in captivity in the United States by the Department of Justice and in Germany shortly after the war by the United States Army... the following is a brief description of one such case that has not been addressed by the US Congress, the US Supreme Court, nor the United Nations: You may read the entire story in the book, The Prison Called Hohenasperg: An American boy betrayed by his Government during World War II, uPublish, Parkland FL, May 1999 Unknown to most Americans, more than 10,000 (...)


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