Dower has attributed these deaths to the "wretched" condition of Japanese military units at the end of the war. Some of the conditions at Camp Tracy violated Geneva Convention requirements, such as insufficient exercise time being provided. Allied forces continued to kill many Japanese personnel who were attempting to surrender throughout the war. Lexington, Kentucky: University Press of Kentucky. After arriving in these camps, the prisoners were interrogated again, and their conversations were wiretapped and analysed. Languages Brezhoneg Polski Edit links. Archived from the original on 13 August
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