Limits of impartiality: The delegates of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Australia during the Second World War
Through a case study of the first International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) delegation to Australia and its services to civilian internees, this article explores the question: Is impartial humanitarianism more successful than non-impartial services? To answer this question the article analyses the different needs of pro-Nazi and Jewish Germans, the latter being denied recognition as citizens by the National Socialist regime, and compares the work of the ICRC delegates with that of the...[Show more]
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