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the conditions for Japanese soldiers at the Australian camps where relatively good, but the Australians saw this as a sign of weakness. The prisoners where not tortured or starved to death, unlike the Australian POW who were kept in the Japanese camps.

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unquestioned discipline of the Japanese soldiers and civilians!


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by ship, most serving in the pacific islands.


They were taken overseas, to Egypt where they trained.



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They were treated in accordance with the Geneva Convention. Australian prisoners of the Japanese were not.


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