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Part A:‎ The Notion and Beginning of Belligerent Occupation

The four Geneva Conventions of , the two Additional Protocols of and the Additional Protocol of form the core of international humanitarian law. They protect persons who are not, or no longer, participating in hostilities. Persons in the hands of the enemy are entitled at all times to respect for their life and for their physical and mental integrity. The four Geneva Conventions have been universally ratified. Their rules and those of the Additional Protocols of have now largely been incorporated into international customary law, binding on all states and all parties to conflicts.

It was Henry Dunant of Geneva — who, having witnessed the carnage of the Battle of Solferino in , initiated the first measures for the protection of persons in conflict situations. In , , , and , international conferences in Geneva and The Hague adopted several conventions designed to protect the victims of war and regulate the means and methods of warfare.

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The Second World War demonstrated the need to further strengthen these provisions. They were supplemented by two Additional Protocols in and a third in The Geneva Conventions years later… still relevant? Treaty database. Switzerland as Depositary State.

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Romania Russia Rwanda. USCBS has a unique role in protecting the cultural heritage from looting or destruction in areas of the world where armed conflict is occurring. Historically, protection of cultural property during armed conflict was not practiced. But, in , the first laws were enacted.

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Many more policies, laws and treaties to protect cultural heritage have been adopted worldwide since then. USCBS has gathered a wealth of diverse reference materials in regard to the history of the protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict. Two articles of Protocol I have provisions that pertain to the protection of cultural property.

These principles had been established in the Hague Convention of and were recognized as part of customary international law by the Charter of the International Military Tribunal adopted in A map of the parties to the en:Geneva Conventions and Additional Protocols.