Enemy Aliens

Some articles on enemy aliens:

Alonei Abba - History - Waldheim
... After the start of the Second World War, all Germans in Palestine became enemy aliens ... The British authorities decided to intern most of the enemy aliens ... Most enemy aliens living elsewhere in Palestine—comprising Gentile Germans, Hungarians and Italians—were interned in one of the settlements, while the inhabitants of the settlements simply stayed where they were ...
Castle Mountain Internment Camp - Internment
... Designated enemy aliens under Canada’s War Measures Act (1914), some 8,579 enemy aliens were interned during World War I as prisoners of war ... charging Canada with violations of international norms governing the internment of enemy aliens ...
Vichy France - State Collaboration With Germany - Vichy's Racial Policies and Collaboration
... Third Republic had first opened concentration camps during World War I for the internment of enemy aliens, and later used them for other purposes ... of war against Germany on 3 September 1939, these camps were used to intern enemy aliens ... by Vichy, the Germans also opened some Ilags (Internierungslager), for the detainment enemy aliens, on French territory in Alsace, which was under the ...
Battle Of Broken Hill - Aftermath
... Instead, the actions were seen as representative of 'enemy aliens' and the Germans in the area were the focus of violence ... The next day the mines of Broken Hill fired all employees deemed 'enemy aliens' under the 1914 Commonwealth War Precautions Act ... Shortly after all 'enemy aliens' in Australia were interned for the duration of the war ...

Famous quotes containing the words aliens and/or enemy:

    You shall not withhold the wages of poor and needy laborers, whether other Israelites or aliens who reside in your land in one of your towns. You shall pay them their wages daily before sunset, because they are poor and their livelihood depends on them; otherwise they might cry to the LORD against you, and you would incur guilt.
    Bible: Hebrew, Deuteronomy 24:14,15.

    But is an enemy so execrable that tho in captivity his wishes and comforts are to be disregarded and even crossed? I think not. It is for the benefit of mankind to mitigate the horrors of war as much as possible.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)