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Part II : Application of general principles #III. Prisoners of war #A. Rules for captivity - Art. 66.
    Art. 66. Prisoners may be interned in a town, a fortress, a camp, or other place, under obligation not to go beyond certain fixed limits; but they may only be placed in confinement as an indispensable measure of safety.


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