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Question 1: The term finds its roots in the "reconcentration camps" set up in Cuba by Valeriano Weyler in ________ to quell opposition to Spanish rule in Cuba.
1897197519001993

Question 2: "Internment" also refers to the practice of ________ in time of war in detaining belligerent armed forces and equipment in their territories under the Second Hague Convention.
MoldovaEuropeSerbiaNeutrality (international relations)

Question 3: ________ are internment camps intended specifically for holding members of an enemy's armed forces as defined in the Third Geneva Convention, and the treatment of whom is specified in that Convention.
Prisoner-of-war campRichmond, VirginiaAndersonville National Historic SitePrisoner of war

Question 4: For example, in a time of ________, potential supporters of the insurgents are placed where they cannot provide them with supplies or information.
EgyptSyriaPhilippinesInsurgency

Question 5: as organized by the ________ in Germany before and during the war of 1939-45.
Axis powersAdolf HitlerNazi GermanyNazism

Question 6: The term is used for facilities where inmates are selected according to some specific criteria, rather than individuals who are incarcerated after ________ fairly applied by a judiciary.
Equal Protection ClauseDue processFourteenth Amendment to the United States ConstitutionSecond Amendment to the United States Constitution

Question 7: Most modern usage is about individuals, and there is a distinction between internment, which is being confined usually for preventive or political reasons, and ________, which is being closely confined as a punishment for crime.
DenmarkAbu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuseUnited States incarceration rateIncarceration

Question 8: The ________, 2nd ed.
James Murray (lexicographer)American and British English spelling differencesOxford English DictionaryUnited Kingdom
















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