The Enemy in Our Hands: America's Treatment of Enemy Prisoners of War, from the Revolution to the War on Terror

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Index
Abu Ghraib prison, 10
American takeover of, 314
closing of, 324
Coalition POWs sent to, 298
prisoner abuse scandal, 314, 315–24
renamed Baghdad Central Prison, 324
return to the Iraqi government, 348
Adams, Sgt. Harry J., 163
Adams, John, 34, 51
Declaration of Independence, 38
Declaration of Rights and Grievances, 36
Franco-American relations and, 49, 50
Sedition Act of 1798, 174
Adams, Samuel, 34
Adenauer, Konrad, 201
Adolph, Maj. Gen. Friedrich, 13
Afghanistan, 300
the Taliban and, 346
Afghanistan War
Bush Doctrine and, 306
legal handling of terrorist captives, 312–14
number of Taliban partisans, 348
overview, 307–8, 346
treatment of Taliban prisoners, 10, 346
Afrika Korps, 185, 186, 194, 195
Afrikaners, 180
agents provocateur, in Korean POW camps, 256–57
Aguinaldo, Emilio, 6, 145, 146, 153–55, 340
Alexandra Hospital (Singapore), 207
Algeria, 51
Alien and Sedition Act, 198
Alien Enemies Act of 1792, 198
Alien Registration Act, 199
All-American Division (AEF), 165
Allen, Ethan, 2
Al Odah v. United States, 331
al-Qaeda
attacks by, 10, 303–4
the Bush Doctrine and, 306
CIA probing of, 300
intelligence community knowledge of, 345–46
origin of, 303
prisoners at Guantánamo Bay detention facility, 325–26, 327–31
tactics of, 304
U.S. legal handling of, 312–14
Al-Rashid military prison, 298
Altoff, Gerard T., 68
Ambrose, Stephen E., 230
“American Century, The” (Luce), 7
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 221, 330, 331
American colonies
anti-Loyalist statutes, 38–40
Forest Wars, 114–15
relationship to Great Britain, 32, 33–36
Tories and Whigs, 32–33
American Expeditionary Force (AEF), 160
American Historical Division, 186
American Legion, 178
American Red Cross, 168
American Revolution
American treatment of POWs, 336
Benedict Arnold, 20–22

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