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to infiltratingaan company vas asseobled and lectured by the political officer on the treatment sf prisoners or war and the handling. war dead.
Prisoners were to be well treated and not manhandled, The overill treatmentwere to rocelvs varied aocording to whioh of the threefall into. One who surrendered voluntarily to the VC was;to beIssued pills for illnesses such as malaria, and not confined. be propagandized to follow the VC and freederiod ofwith the option of Joining the VO or returning to his hone. who was captured but remained passive throughout his,also be encouraged to follow the VC. Tho stubborn prisonerno benefits or special considerations. Source alleges.thatnot Know how or iff-this policy vas praatload as his unit did notprisoners. Enemy wounded woro to bo carod for and helpo'l. of or receive- anv :
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oquarters. SoTdiers who vere caught keeping one of the items would be punished. Source did aot know vhere these effeots woro taken after reaching unit headquarters. Thejonjjereno^ informed of the thov had to hypBT