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Q: What type of captors might attempt to use a captives activities to influence world opinion?
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Why does Equiano think that some of his captors on board the ship are spirits?

BEcause


When questioned shouold I become a prisoner of war the Geneva Conventions requires but does not prohibit you from identifying yourself to your captors. Which Principle of Behavior does this statement?

You may give your captors your name, rank and identifying service number (now your social security number)


How many times did john dillinger get married?

John DillingerFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaFormative years and marriageDillinger attended public school at least through grade seven. He was frequently in trouble with the law for fighting, petty theft, and was noted for his "bewildering personality" and bullying the smaller children. He quit school to work in an Indianapolis machine shop. Although he worked hard at his job, he would stay out all night at parties. His father feared that the city was corrupting his son, prompting him to move the family to Mooresville, Indiana in about 1920. Dillinger's wild and rebellious behavior was resilient despite his new rural life. He was arrested in 1922 for auto theft and his relationship with his father deteriorated. His troubles led him to enlist in the US. Navy, but he deserted a few months later when his ship was docked in Boston. He was eventually dishonorably discharged. Dillinger then returned to Mooresville where he met Beryl Ethel Hovious (born August 6, 1906). The two were married in Martinsville on April 12, 1924. He attempted to settle down, but he had difficulty holding a job and preserving his marriage. The marriage ended in divorce on June 20, 1929.Dillinger remained unable to find a job, and began planning a robbery with his friend Ed Singleton. The two robbed a local grocery store stealing $50. Leaving the scene they were spotted by a minister who recognized the men and reported them to the police. The two men were arrested the next day. Singleton pleaded not-guilty, but Dillinger's father convinced him to confess to the crime and plead guilty. Dillinger was convicted of assault and battery with intent to rob, and conspiracy to commit a felony. He was sentenced to ten to twenty years in prison for his crimes. His father told reporters he regretted his advice, and was appalled by the unfair sentence. He pleaded with the judge to shorten the sentence but met with no success. En route to the prison, Dillinger briefly escaped his captors but was apprehended within a few minutes.


Historical event that happened in 2002?

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What type of captors might attempt to use a captives activites to influence world opinion?

both constrained and unconstrained captors


How is explotation in captivity defined?

the use of captives to advance the captors cause


What syndrome has to do with captives identifying with their captors?

Commonly known as the "Stockholm Syndrome"


How does the ssgts presence affect your priorities in captivity?

you now hove a neet do communicate and organize in captivity yu have a commitment to maintain authorized communications on behalf of all captives you now have a commitment to keep faith with fellow captives regardless of what captors tell you about them


In an unconstrained environment where some or all of the captives have not been identified as military by their captors?

select a figured head as SRO


How does the presence affect your priority's in captivity?

you now hove a neet do communicate and organize in captivity yu have a commitment to maintain authorized communications on behalf of all captives you now have a commitment to keep faith with fellow captives regardless of what captors tell you about them


What are the goals of an Unconstrained captors?

attempt to embarrass the us government and its allies and spread fear


How does the SSgt's presence affect priorities in captivity?

you now hove a neet do communicate and organize in captivity yu have a commitment to maintain authorized communications on behalf of all captives you now have a commitment to keep faith with fellow captives regardless of what captors tell you about them


How does SSgt's presenc affect your priorities in captivity?

you now hove a neet do communicate and organize in captivity yu have a commitment to maintain authorized communications on behalf of all captives you now have a commitment to keep faith with fellow captives regardless of what captors tell you about them


How does SSgt's presence affect your priorities in captivity?

you now hove a neet do communicate and organize in captivity yu have a commitment to maintain authorized communications on behalf of all captives you now have a commitment to keep faith with fellow captives regardless of what captors tell you about them


When gulliver realizes that his lilliputian captors are only six inches high he?

B) does not attempt to escape


Did slaves and Holocaust people have to hunt for their food?

Captives are not allowed to hunt for food: after all, they might run away. They are completely dependent on their master or captors for all the essentials of life.