They treated the US soldiers terribly.
The prison was a horrible way to treat Confederate prisoners.
The terms of the Geneva Convention were ignored by the Japanese who made up rules and inflicted punishments at the whim of the Camp Commandant. There were more than 140,000 white prisoners in Japanese prisoner of war camps. Of these, one in three died from starvation, work and punishments or from diseases for which there were no medicines to treat.
They were treated in accordance with the Geneva Convention. Australian prisoners of the Japanese were not.
The Australians treated the Japanese well in POW camps and gave them better food and water than the Japanese gave them, better shelter, medical attention, clothing and cigarettes.
Lord Akiyama did not treat his prisoners very well. He fed them and things but didn't love them in that sense
Dorothy Still Danner has written: 'What a way to spend a war' -- subject(s): American Personal narratives, Biography, Japanese Prisoners and prisons, Nurses, Personal narratives, American, Prisoners and prisons, Japanese, Prisoners of war, World War, 1939-1945
japanese people treat thier elders with a to of respect!
W. E. Johns has written: 'No surrender' -- subject(s): British Personal narratives, Japanese Prisoners and prisoners, Personal narratives, British, Prisoners and prisoners, Japanese, World War, 1939-1945
When the war ended.