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1953

RULES OF PROCEDURES GOVERNING EXPLANATIONS AND INTERVIEWS BY NEUTRAL NATIONS REPATRIATION COMMISSION

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    In 1953 the Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission was created in order to deal with the repatriation of thousands of prisoners of war. For those POWs who wished to not to repatriate, a series of explanations and interviews were held in order to allow them to choose their side in a neutral setting. This is a list of the general provisions of the commission which clarifies and explains who, how, and where these interviews would be held.
    "Rules of Procedures Governing Explanations and Interviews by Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission," 1953, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, B-379-010, Papers Related to the Korean American Mutual Defense Treaty, Papers Related to Treaty-Making and International Conferences, Syngman Rhee Institute, Yonsei University https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/119371
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