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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 5, Issue 11, Part C (2019)

The Japanese prisoners of war in Andijan region

Author(s)
Nazirhujaev Muhamadalihuja Kosimhujaevich
Abstract
The article attempts to provide analytical information on the causes of the camps for prisoners of war in the territory of Uzbekistan, including the Andijan region after the Second world war for Japanese prisoners of war, prisoners of war and interned camps in the Andijan region. The article also discusses the conditions of detention of prisoners of war and interned in camps, working conditions, sanitary and hygienic conditions, medical examinations of prisoners of war and interned. Use as a labor force of Japanese prisoners of war and interned in the construction of various residential buildings village, cities, various construction of educational facilities, roads, bridges and the national economy of the Andijan region, operational work against escapes, propaganda and agitation among prisoners of war in favor of the Soviet government in the military camps of the USSR and the region.
Pages: 155-158  |  409 Views  7 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Nazirhujaev Muhamadalihuja Kosimhujaevich. The Japanese prisoners of war in Andijan region. Int J Appl Res 2019;5(11):155-158.
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