What Does Internment Mean?


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The term internment basically means imprisonment of people in large groups; it is without any legal process of law or trial. It is also a practise of neutral countries during the time of war. Nazi concentration camp is the example of internment during the time of war. Even in early civilisations such as Assyrians used to forced settlement to control territory. Internment camps are centres created for political opponents, aliens, and groups etc, to avoid the mistreatment of civilians during the time of war Fourth Geneva Convention was established in 1949.

Concentration camps are the biggest examples they where first operated by British in South Africa. It is basically concentration of large number of people at one place and keeping them in inhuman conditions. They are not to award death but to irritate the human life.
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