268 (examining the courts' authority to imprison an enemy alien
civilian as a prisoner of war); R.
Citizens from enemy foreign countries who were thought to present a danger, but who could not be charged with a crime have been interned as enemy aliens
under the Alien Enemy Act, 50 U.
23) Furthermore, the Court noted that the plight of the enemy alien
in the custody of the United States is "far more humane and endurable than the experience of our citizens in some enemy lands.
When I found out that my grandparents had been registered as enemy aliens
at the same time, of course, as my dad was off fighting for the good guys, I thought that was an interesting way to start a novel.
The more serious side of their work saw them dealing with air raids, refugees and evacuees, while they were also posted to duties at the Internment Camp for enemy aliens
on the Isle of Man.
Penny learns that apprehension and fright experienced by many US citizens during the war years often developed into prejudice and a obligation per Proclamation 2527 signed by President Roosevelt that all 600,000 non naturalized Italian--enemy aliens
--were to register as a non American, and would face a number of limitations including enemy aliens
could not own a radio with short wave capability, could not own a flashlight, camera, or a weapon and could not speak Italian.
Overnight, all Italians living in the UK were declared enemy aliens
, with Winston Churchill allegedly ordering: "Collar the lot.
The shock to them after 1941 was that the Japanese did not see them as special or entitled to have extra privileges but as enemy aliens
and citizens of a country that was treating its ethnic Japanese civilians abominably.
Prime Minister directed that the provinces should utilize the options available in existing Protection of Pakistan Ordinance as this law has made electronic evidence admissible, allowed for video link trial with provision for transfer of trials/prisoners to other provinces and preventive detention of enemy aliens
During World War II, she was an outspoken member of a minority concerned about the fate of enemy aliens
, many of them Jewish, deported form Britain on the ship Dunera; she personally embarked on a solo 500 kilometer voyage to witness their internment camp conditions for herself.
The Prime Minister said, "There is no space for enemy aliens
to attack innocent civilians and armed forces and they must be prosecuted with effectiveness.
Attorney General Francis Biddle announced during a Columbus Day celebration at Carnegie Hall in New York that Italian nationals in the United States would no longer be considered enemy aliens
When Canada declared war on Italy on June 10, 1940, the government used the War Measures Act to label all Italian citizens over the age of 18 as enemy aliens
Although they had registered with French authorities on entering the country, once war was declared, they were regarded as enemy aliens
As Americans and enemy aliens
they had to find a way to escape, and quickly.