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Aonagahara, March 3, 1916

1.

                 The infliction of discipline here does not satisfy the

rules which should be adhered to according to the agreements

for treatment of prisoners of war under international law.

Heavy penalties for trivial offenses are inflicted of confinement

in the guard-house, the prison cell of which is of wood,

not heated even in winter, and very lightly built, and is

moreover separated from the irregularly cleaned latrines by

only a thin wooden door. Besides earlier cases two cases have

come to notice in very recent times, in which cases the two

men arrested- Reservists 37 and 38 years old- were each punished

with five days of rigorous imprisonment, when the prison

cells owing to the evil odors coming from the latrine were

totally unfit for sanitary reasons to be used for punishment,

In spite of the bitter winter cold the men confined had to pass

the nights without blankets and according to the Japanese regulations

in stockinged feet. A physical examination as to their

fitness for imprisonment which used to take place, did not on

this occasion take place.

2.

                 Far less should it be permitted according to the rules of

international law that prisoners be struck by Japanese officers

and guards. Among other cases the following may be cited to

serve as examples. In the course of a short general walk, a

Japanese suspension bridge began to sway owing to the marching

over it. The Japanese First Lieutenant who was following gave

the command to halt, and when this was not at once obeyed he

struck with his fist in the face one of the men who were standing

quietly beside him, who happened to be Seaman  Schlotterick

so that his cap fell off. On another morning the Austrian

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Aonagahara, March 3, 1916

1.

                 The infliction of discipline here does not satisfy the

rules which should be adhered to according to the agreements

for treatment of prisoners of war under international law.

Heavy penalties for trivial offenses are inflicted of confinement

in the guard-house, the prison cell of which is of wood,

not heated even in winter, and very lightly built, and is

moreover separated from the irregularly cleaned latrines by

only a thin wooden door. Besides earlier cases two cases have

come to notice in very recent times, in which cases the two

men arrested- Reservists 37 and 38 years old- were each punished

with five days of rigorous imprisonment, when the prison

cells owing to the evil odors coming from the latrine were

totally unfit for sanitary reasons to be used for punishment,

In spite of the bitter winter cold the men confined had to pass

the nights without blankets and according to the Japanese regulations

in stockinged feet. A physical examination as to their

fitness for imprisonment which used to take place, did not on

this occasion take place.

2.

                 Far less should it be permitted according to the rules of

international law that prisoners be struck by Japanese officers

and guards. Among other cases the following may be cited to

serve as examples. In the course of a short general walk, a

Japanese suspension bridge began to sway owing to the marching

over it. The Japanese First Lieutenant who was following gave

the command to halt, and when this was not at once obeyed he

struck with his fist in the face one of the men who were standing

quietly beside him, who happened to be Seaman  Schlotterick

so that his cap fell off. On another morning the Austrian


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    Aonagahara, March 3, 1916

    1.

                     The infliction of discipline here does not satisfy the

    rules which should be adhered to according to the agreements

    for treatment of prisoners of war under international law.

    Heavy penalties for trivial offenses are inflicted of confinement

    in the guard-house, the prison cell of which is of wood,

    not heated even in winter, and very lightly built, and is

    moreover separated from the irregularly cleaned latrines by

    only a thin wooden door. Besides earlier cases two cases have

    come to notice in very recent times, in which cases the two

    men arrested- Reservists 37 and 38 years old- were each punished

    with five days of rigorous imprisonment, when the prison

    cells owing to the evil odors coming from the latrine were

    totally unfit for sanitary reasons to be used for punishment,

    In spite of the bitter winter cold the men confined had to pass

    the nights without blankets and according to the Japanese regulations

    in stockinged feet. A physical examination as to their

    fitness for imprisonment which used to take place, did not on

    this occasion take place.

    2.

                     Far less should it be permitted according to the rules of

    international law that prisoners be struck by Japanese officers

    and guards. Among other cases the following may be cited to

    serve as examples. In the course of a short general walk, a

    Japanese suspension bridge began to sway owing to the marching

    over it. The Japanese First Lieutenant who was following gave

    the command to halt, and when this was not at once obeyed he

    struck with his fist in the face one of the men who were standing

    quietly beside him, who happened to be Seaman  Schlotterick

    so that his cap fell off. On another morning the Austrian

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    Aonagahara, March 3, 1916

    1.

                     The infliction of discipline here does not satisfy the

    rules which should be adhered to according to the agreements

    for treatment of prisoners of war under international law.

    Heavy penalties for trivial offenses are inflicted of confinement

    in the guard-house, the prison cell of which is of wood,

    not heated even in winter, and very lightly built, and is

    moreover separated from the irregularly cleaned latrines by

    only a thin wooden door. Besides earlier cases two cases have

    come to notion in very recent times, in which cases the two

    men arrested- Reservists 37 and 38 years old- were each punished

    with five days of rigorous imprisonment, when the prison

    cells owing to the evil odors coming from the latrine were

    totally unfit for sanitary reasons to be used for punishment,

    In spite of the bitter winter cold the men confined had to pass

    the nights without blankets and according to the Japanese regulations

    in stockinged feet. A physical examination as to their

    fitness for imprisonment which used to take place, did not on

    this occasion take place.

     2. 

                     Far less should it be permitted according to the rules of

    international law that prisoners be struck by Japanese officers

    and guards. Among other cases the following may be cited to

    serve as examples. In the course of a short general walk, a

    Japanese suspension bridge began to sway owing to the marching

    over it. The Japanese First Lieutenant who was following gave

    the command to halt, and when this was not at once obeyed he

    struck with his fist in the face one of the men who were standing

    quietly beside him, who happened to be Seaman  Sohlotterick ,

    so that his cap fell off. On another morning the Austrian


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    Aonagahara, March 3, 1916

    1.

                     The infliction of discipline here does not  ... the

    rules which should be adhered to according to the agreements

    for treatment of prisoners of war under international law.

    Heavy penalties for trivial offenses are inflicted of confinement

    in the guard-house, the prison cell of which is of wood,

    not heated even in winter, and very lightly built, and is

    moreover separated from the irregularly cleaned latrines by

    only a thin wooden door. Besides earlier cases two cases have

    come to notion in very recent times, in which cases the two

    men arrested- Reservists 37 and 38 years old- were each punished

    with five days of rigorous imprisonment, when the prison

    cells owing to the evil odors coming from the latrine were

    totally unfit for sanitary reasons to be used for punishment,

    In spite of the bitter winter cold the men confined had to pass

    the nights without blankets and according to the Japanese regulations

    in stockinged feet. A physical examination as to their

    fitness for imprisonment which used to take place, did not on

    this occasion take place.

     2. 

                     Far less should it be permitted according to the rules of

    international law that prisoners be struck by Japanese officers

    and guards. Among other cases the following may be cited to

    serve as examples. In the course of a short general walk, a

    Japanese suspension bridge began to sway owing to the marching

    over it. The Japanese First Lieutenant who was following gave

    the command to halt, and when this was not at once obeyed he

    struck with his fist in the face one of the men who were standing

    quietly beside him, who happened to be Seaman  Sohlotterick ,

    so that his cap fell off. On another morning the Austrian


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    Aonagahara, March 3, 1916

    1.

                     The infliction of discipline here does not  ... the

    rules which should be adhered to according to the agreements

    for treatment of prisoners of war under international law.

    Heavy penalties for trivial offenses are inflicted of confinement

    in the guard-house, the prison cell of which is of wood,

    not heated even in winter, and very lightly built, and is

    moreover separated from the irregularly cleaned latrines by

    only a thin wooden door. Besides earlier cases two cases have

    come to notion in very recent times, in which cases the two

    men arrested- Reservists 37 and 38 years old- were each punished

    with five days of rigorous imprisonment, when the prison

    cells owing to the evil odors coming from the latrine were

    totally unfit for sanitary reasons to be used for punishment,

    In spite of the bitter winter cold the men confined had to pass

    the nights without blankets and according to the Japanese regulations

    in stockinged feet. A physical examination as to their

    fitness for imprisonment which used to take place, did not on

    this occasion take place.

     2. 

                     Far less should it be permitted according to the rules of

    international law that prisoners be struck by Japanese officers

    and guards. Among other cases the following may be cited to

    serve as examples. In the course of a short general walk, a

    Japanese suspension bridge began to sway owing to the marching

    over it. The Japanese First Lieutenant who was following gave

    the command to halt, and when this was not at once obeyed he

    struck with his fist in the face one the men who were standing

    quietly beside him, who happened to be Seaman  Sohlotterick ,

    so that his cap fell off. On another morning the Austrian


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    Aonagahara, March 3, 1916

    1.

                     The infliction of discipline here does not  ... the

    rules which should be adhered to according to the agreements

    for treatment of prisoners of war under international law.

    Heavy penalties for trivial offenses are inflicted of confinement

    in the guard-house, the prison cell of which is of wood,

    not heated even in winter, and very lightly built, and is

    moreover separated from the irregularly cleaned latrines by

    only a thin wooden door. Besides earlier cases two cases have

    come to notion in very recent times, in which cases the two

    men arrested- Reservists 37 and 38 years old- were each punished

    with five days of rigorous imprisonment, when the prison

    cells owing to the evil odors coming from the latrine were

    totally unfit for sanitary reasons to be used for punishment,

    In spite of the bitter winter cold the men confined had to pass

    the nights without blankets and according to the Japanese regulations

    in stockinged feet. A physical examination as to their

    fitness for imprisonment which used to take place, did not on

    this occasion take place.

     2. 

                     Far less should it be permitted according to the rules of

    international law that prisoners be struck by Japanese officers

    and guards. Among other cases the following may be cited to

    serve as examples. In the course of a short general walk, a

    Japanese suspension bridge began to sway owing to the marching

    over it. The Japanese First Lieutenant who was following gave

    the command to halt, and when this was not at once obeyed he

    struck with his fist in the face of the men who were standing

    quietly beside him, who happened to be Seaman  Sohlotterick ,

    so that his cap fell off. On another morning the Austrian


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    Aonagahara, March 3, 1916

    1.

                     The infliction of discipline here does not  ... the

    rules which should be adhered to according to the agreements

    for treatment of prisoners of war under international law.

    Heavy penalties for trivial offenses are inflicted of confinement

    in the guard-house, the prison cell of which is of wood,

    not heated even in winter, and very lightly built, and is

    moreover separated from the irregularly cleaned latrines by

    only a thin wooden door. Besides earlier cases two cases have

    come to notion in very recent times, in which cases the two

    men arrested- Reservists 37 and 38 years old- were each punished

    with five days of rigorous imprisonment, when the prison

    cells owing to the evil odors coming from the latrine were

    totally unfit for sanitary reasons to be used for punishment,

    In spite of the bitter winter cold the men confined had to pass

    the nights without blankets and according to the Japanese regulations

    in stockinged feet. A physical examination as to their

    fitness for imprisonment which used to take place, did not on

    this occasion take place.

    2.

                     Far less should it be permitted according to the riles of

    internation law that prisoners be struck by Japanese officers

    and guards. Among other cases the following may be cited to

    serve as examples. In the course of a short general walk, a

    Japanese suspension bridge began to sway owing to the marching

    over it. The Japanese First Lieutenant who was following gave

    the command to halt, and when this was not at once obeyed he

    struck with his fist in the face of the men who were standing

    quietly beside him, who happened to be Seaman  Sohlotterick ,

    so that his cap fell off. On another morning the Austrian


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    Aonagahara, March 3, 1916

    1.

                     The infliction of does not the

    rules which should be adhered to according to the agreements

    for treatment of prisoners of war under international law.

    Heavy penalties for trivial offenses are inflicted of confinement

    in the guard-house, the prison cell of which is of wood,

    not heated even in winter, and very lightly built, and is

    moreover separated from the irregularly cleaned latrines by

    only a this wooden door. Besides earlier cases two cases have

    come to notion in very recent times, in which cases the two

    men arrested- Reservists 37 and 38 years old- were each punished

    with five days of rigorous imprisonment, when the prison

    cells owing to the evil odors coming from the latrine were

    totally unfit for sanitary reasons to be used for punishment,

    In of the bitter winter cold the men confined had to pass

    the nights without blankets and according to the Japanese regulations

    in stockinged feet. A physical examination as to their

    fitness for imprisonment which used to take place, did not on

    this occasion take place.

    2.

                     Far less should it be permitted according to the riles of

    internation law that prisoners be struck by Japanese officers

    and guards. Among other cases the following may be cited to

    serve as examples. In the course of a short general walk, a

    Japanese suspension bridge began to sway owing to the marching

    over it. The Japanese First Lieutenant who was following gave

    the command to halt, and when this was not at once obeyed he

    struck with his fist in the face of the men who were standing

    quietly beside him, who happened to be Seaman Sohlotterick,

    so that his cap fell off. On another morning the Austrian


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    Aonagahara, March 3, 1916

    1.

                     The infliction of does not the

    rules which should be adhered to according to the agreements

    for treatment of prisoners of war under international law.

    Heavy penalties for trivial offenses are inflicted of confinement

    in the guard-house, the prison cell of which is of wood,

    not heated even in winter, and very lightly built, and is

    moreover separated from the irregularly cleaned latrines by

    only a this wooden door. Besides earlier cases two cases have

    come to notion in very recent times, in which cases the two

    men arrested- Reservists 37 and 38 years old- were each punished

    with five days of rigorous imprisonment, when the prison

    cells owing to the evil odors coming from the latrine were

    totally unfit for sanitary reasons to be used for punishment,

    In of the bitter winter cold the men confined had to pass

    the nights without blankets and according to the Japanese regulations

    in stockinged feet. A physical examination as to their

    fitness for imprisonment which used to take place, did not on

    this occasion take place.

    2.

                     Far less should it be permitted according to the riles of

    internation law that prisoners be struck by Japanese officers

    and guards. Among other cases the following may be cited to

    serve as examples. In the course of a short general walk, a



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    Aonagahara, March 3, 1916

    1.

                     The infliction of does not the

    rules which should be adhered to according to the agreements

    for treatment of prisoners of war under international law.

    Heavy penalties for trivial offenses are inflicted of confinement

    in the guard-house, the prison cell of which is of wood,

    not heated even in winter, and very lightly built, and is

    moreover separated from the irregularly cleaned latrines by

    only a this wooden door. Besides earlier cases two cases have

    come to notion in very recent times, in which cases the two

    men arrested- Reservists 37 and 38 years old- were each punished

    with five days of rigorous imprisonment, when the prison

    cells owing to the evil odors coming from the latrine were

    totally unfit for sanitary reasons to be used for punishment,

    In of the bitter winter cold the men confined had to pass

    the nights without blankets and according to the Japanese regulations

    in stockinged feet. A physical examination as to their

    fitness for imprisonment which used to take place, did not on



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    Aonagahara, March 3, 1916

    1.

                     The infliction of does not the

    rules which should be adhered to according to the agreements

    for treatment of prisoners of war under international law.

    Heavy penalties for trivial offenses are inflicted of confinement

    in the guard-house, the prison cell of which is of wood,

    not heated even in winter, and very lightly built, and is

    moreover separated from the irregularly cleaned latrines by

    only a this wooden door. Besides earlier cases two cases have

    come to notion in very recent times, in which cases the two

    men arrested- Reservists 37 and 38 years old- were each punished

    with five days of rigorous imprisonment, when the prison

    cells


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                     The infliction of does not the

    rules which should be adhered to according to the agreements

    for treatment of prisoners of war under international law.

    Heavy penalties for trivial offenses are inflicted of confinement

    in the guard-house, the prison cell of which is of wood,



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  • 34.89576561929686||134.9471673071289||

    Aonogahara

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    Tsingtau (Qingdao 青岛市)

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  • Document location Aonogahara


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March 3, 1916
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  • Naval Warfare

  • Prisoners of War



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