Acting Camp and Drama Camp
Become a better actor at camp this summer.
Imagine your perfect acting summer camp, dazzling Broadway shows, private and group acting classes, Improv, Film and new friend in a creative oasis surrounded by mountains trees and lakes.
Welcome to Long Lake Camp for the Arts, the longest running and best overnight summer Acting camp program in the world for boys and girls. Children ages 8 to 16 from America and around the world love our acting programs and dramatic productions. You create your perfect, 100% customizable schedule choosing from Theater and Acting, Fine Arts, Dance, Music, Rock, Circus, fun land and water sports. Our non-completive audition process ensures every camper succeeds and you will always join a cast, no one is left out at Long Lake. Our 28 talented technical theater staff create beautiful sets and costumes for you to look and sound amazing in our 30 Broadway musicals and drama shows per summer.
Acting Classes to Make you a Better Actor and Performer
Every day at camp our acting program helps kids realize their acting dreams. Each camper creates a personalized course of study focusing on your areas of interest. We have group and private classes from beginners to advanced in the following:
- Script Analysis
- Scene Study
- Monologues writing and performing
- Audition Coaching and Practice
- Character Development
- Stage Combat
- A career as an Actor, how to’s
- Inner and outer Dialogue
- Acting Dialects
- Play Writing
- Acting for Film
- Comedic acting roles and how to be funny
- Competition Help
- Head shots, cards and agents
Stunning Location and Drama Facilities
Long Lake Camp for the Arts is situated along the sparkling blue shore of Long Lake in the Adirondacks of New York, surrounded by majestic mountains and lush green forests. We have 4 professional Theaters and many professional staff ready to help you become a confident actor and performer. Since 1969 we have combined the very best performing and fine arts fine arts for kids who want freedom of choice with friendly guidance.
To learn more about our summer performing and acting camp please call us at 914-693-7111 and watch the film above. You can request our brochure here.
Performing Arts Camp – The Best Sleepaway Summer Camps and Teen Programs
PERFORMING & VISUAL ARTS PROGRAMS
Every child is gifted. And it is important to help our children nurture their gifts as parents. If your child is gifted in singing, acting, or performing, we are here for you. A performing and visual arts camp is where your child should be enrolled for the summer. Performing arts summer camps are centered around developing a child’s talents.
The Performing Arts Camp programs work to motivate and inspire children and teenagers to perfect their passions and gifts. Through the coaches and the performing arts activities, each camper works to improve their talents during the summer camp.
For children interested in visual arts campers they look forward to sharpening their skills in:
For our young performers, their talents are developed through coaching in:
• Set designing
• Staging and so much more
The performing and visual art camp programs are facilitated by professional artists and actors. The summer camps employ classes, workshops, and practicals as the main modes of teaching. Campers also get individual time with the coaches as a way to build on their individual gifts. It is through this kind of teaching that we believe we enable the raising of the next generation of performers.
In every activity, the children are encouraged to express themselves and explore their creativity. Throughout the summer camp period, campers also have opportunities to showcase their talents to audiences every so often. We believe this to be the perfect way to build their confidence as well as feel appreciated.
During the summer camp, your young artists learn to work with various mediums such as gouache, clay, oil paint, charcoal, and watercolor. The campers interested in performing arts will how to employ new techniques in plays and recitals. As well as designing costumes, handling lighting and so much more. At the end of the summer, the skills acquired will surely stand out.The performing and visual arts programs offered in our summer camps create a safe environment for children to discover more about their gifts. Interacting with like-minded campers provides the opportunity for your child’s passion to grow. And maybe pick up a new interest. But most of all we also provide the opportunity for your child to be seen by scouts in various fields. The door to their future could just be with us.
We also offer Magic camps, Music camps, Circus camps and Dance camps. For more information, our advisors at the Camp Experts and Teen Summers can be of great help. Whatever your child is interested in we will find the perfect summer camp for them.
Acting Summer Camps for Teens
Learn the Craft of Acting for FilmWe are now accepting applications for online After-School and Weekend Workshops. Click here to learn more.
Many high school students will get the theater bug at some point and act in their school’s musicals and plays. At the New York Film Academy’s Teen Acting for Film Camps, we aim to harness that excitement and energy for the stage and help young aspiring actors to make the transition to the screen.
Whether a student has theatre acting experience, performed in a few short films with friends, or simply is taken by the dream of becoming an actor, our acting summer camps offers many possibilities to deepen your training and ultimately, to help guide you towards your dreams!
Acting Camps at NYFA
In the New York Film Academy Acting for Film camps, students are immersed in an intensive, professional educational experience, combining fun, experiential, interactive classes with direct, hands-on acting in front of the camera. Depending on your particular goals and experience, we likely have the perfect match for you.
Offering everything from 2-Day, Weekend, and 1-Week camps to full-time 3 and 4-Week Acting and Acting II camps year-round, it’s our goal at NYFA to help you get exactly what you want out of your acting camp experience.
Regardless of which camp a student enrolls in, each graduates with a digital reel of his or her recorded work on screen to show to friends and bring to auditions along with a certificate of completion to demonstrate the student’s considerable accomplishment.
The Film Academy’s Acting for Film camps thus provide a safe, focused environment where students are alternately pushed and encouraged to polish their craft. Our short-term programs are ideal for those high school students still exploring the possibilities of acting as a career. Our more advanced workshops give those committed students a chance to take their craft a step further.
Below is a sampling of some of the classes those in the summer acting camps for teens can expect to take.
Working on scenes from published plays and screenplays allows actors to learn all of the basic concepts of approaching a scene: defining objectives, breaking the scene down into beats, understanding the arc, pursuing an objective, playing actions, and working to overcome obstacles.
ACTING FOR FILM
Students learn the basics of film acting and are assigned scenes, which are then worked on in front of the camera. Students in the 3, 4, & 6-Week camps will receive an edited version of their scene at the end of their program.
VOICE & MOVEMENT
Students gain insight into the power of their voices and learn how to nurture and control their voices by exercising various resonators and muscles, which enables them to release emotional impulses.
Through games and exercises, students learn how to let their imaginations run free, how to play well with others, and how to live “in the moment”—free from anticipating or planning what to do next.
Screenplays oftentimes incorporate monologues into their dramatic structures, but more importantly actors must learn the self-discipline to work individually, without relying on a scene partner for inspiration.
We provide all of our acting students with master classes taught by the NYFA Filmmaking faculty who give a broad outline of the mechanics, language, and production of film.
This class focuses on making strong acting choices with little or no preparation as well as bringing your “best self” to the audition room.
Our Online Acting Workshops are designed to help teens develop the skills needed to compete in the contemporary world of acting. They are interactive, creative programs consisting of three modules. Students may enroll in all three modules or select to complete individual modules (students are not required to complete one module to attend the next).
For more information on Online Acting Workshops for Teens, including tuition and dates, click here.
The New York Film Academy acting summer camps are especially diverse, attracting students from all over the world. We welcome high school students who thrive on collaborative work and who are willing to explore the acting craft in deep and personal ways. Whether you’re looking to develop your talent; to build skills that will help land you professional work; to develop a portfolio for college entrance; to just explore the possibilities of acting as a career—our acting camps for teens will offer something for you!
Click here to learn more about the camp, the dates, and tuition information.
If you need assistance, please contact us immediately at [email protected] or call us at +1 212-674-4300 (New York), +1 818-333-3558 (Los Angeles), or +1 305-534-6009 (South Beach) so we can assist you.
Please note that dates, prices, and curriculum are subject to change.
Tuition – Impact Arts
Tuition1-Week Camp: June 21 – 26, 2020
Junior Camp 1 $12752-Week Camp: Dates Vary
Junior Camp 2 $2450 (June 7‑June 20, 2020)
Senior Songwriting $2475
Senior Tech Theatre/Design $2475 (June 14-June 28, 2019)
Senior Acting $3,625
Senior Musical Theatre $3,625
Senior Film Production $3,625
- Supervised housing in dormitories (overnight camps)
- Professional training in all disciplines
- Professional guest artist workshops
- Personal journal, scripts, sheet music, and related readings
- Technical production materials and equipment
- Breakfast, lunch & dinner 7 days a week (overnight camps)
- Planned recreational activities and outings
- Tickets to theatrical events (if applicable)
- Use of St. Stephen’s facilities
- Texas Arts Project t‑shirt, water bottle and bag (overnight camps)
Compare Other Camps
|Texas Arts Project||3 weeks||$3625|
|Stagedoor Manor||3 weeks||$6195|
|Columbia Gorge||4 weeks||$4800|
|Ballibay Arts||3 weeks||$4950|
|Young Actors Camp Film Program||4 weeks||$7890|
|Camp Broadway||5 days||$1595*|
|The Performing Arts Project||3 weeks||$3975|
|School of Creative and Performing Arts||3 weeks||$3800*|
*does NOT include room and board
How to Pay
All general registrations and applications are due on or before May 22, 2020.
If you are in need of financial aid, please note that TAP does provide aid of up to 50% off tuition for qualifying students. Submit your financial aid application on or before May 22, 2020 for consideration.
Refunds for camps will be made if requested by e‑mail according to the schedule in the chart below. Deposit amounts are based on full tuition pricing.
|Time of Request||Tuition Refund||Administrative Fee|
|Up to 90 days prior to start of camp.||100% minus non-refundable 15% deposit||$25 per camper (non-refundable)|
|Up to 60 days prior to start of camp.||75% minus non-refundable 15% deposit||$25 per camper (non-refundable)|
|Up to 30 days prior to start of camp.||50% minus non-refundable 15% deposit||$25 per camper (non-refundable)|
|0 and 15 days prior to start of camp.||0% of total tuition||$25 per camper (non-refundable)|
- Refunds are subject to a $25 administrative fee (per registrant), deducted from the total allowable refund.
- Credit can be obtained for the full amount of the refund to use toward another TAP camp if the request is made 7 days prior to the start of both sessions. After that day, requests will be made on a case-by-case basis and will be subject to the $25 administration fee.
- Refunds for cash or check registrations will be refunded via check. Refunds for credit card transactions will be credited back to the credit card used.
- Refunds may take up to 4 – 6 weeks for processing.
- We reserve the right to grant exceptions to the stated policy in situations including, but not limited to, illness and death in the immediate family.
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|Day Camp openCamp Coed||2100||13-14||70||Traditional (multi activity) Richmond Hill Country Club A co-ed summer day camp close to the city offering camp activities for any child: traditional camp, sports camp, golf camp, tennis camp or leadership training. Day Camp Coed|
Northway, Canada’s oldest summer camp for girls (age 7-16) and Wendigo, a small tripping outpost for boys (age 12-16) are located in the wilderness of Algonquin Park. Read more…
|Overnight Camp Girls, Boys||8040||7-16||70||Traditional (multi activity) Camp Northway/ WendigoNorthway, Canada’s oldest summer camp for girls (age 7-16) and Wendigo, a small tripping outpost for boys (age 12-16) are located in the wilderness of Algonquin Park. Overnight Camp Girls, Boys|
Cedar Ridge Camp is a wonderful place where campers have the opportunity to get outside and develop friendships. Read more…
|Overnight Camp openCamp Coed||2700||15-17||70||Traditional (multi activity) Cedar Ridge CampCedar Ridge Camp is a wonderful place where campers have the opportunity to get outside and develop friendships. Overnight Camp Coed|
The Second City’s totally digital, totally FUN comedy camps will engage your children for four hours of fun and creativity — with other kids! Read more…
|Virtual program openCamp Coed||250||16-18||70||Arts : ComedyThe Second City Training CentreThe Second City’s totally digital, totally FUN comedy camps will engage your children for four hours of fun and creativity — with other kids! Virtual program Coed|
Kilcoo has an earned reputation as one of Canada’s foremost traditional summer camps. Boys come to Kilcoo to enjoy the activities, to gain confidence in themselves, to learn to work with others and to “just have fun”! Read more…
|Overnight Camp openCamp Boys||5150||8-15||70||Traditional (multi activity) Kilcoo CampKilcoo has an earned reputation as one of Canada’s foremost traditional summer camps. Boys come to Kilcoo to enjoy the activities, to gain confidence in themselves, to learn to work with others and to “just have fun”! Overnight Camp Boys|
We have a rich history and a rooted community. We provide a variety of land and water sports in a supportive and inclusive environment. Our staff are positive role models and the culture they create is our biggest asset. Read more…
|Overnight Camp openCamp Coed||762||8-16||70||Traditional (multi activity) Fraser Lake CampWe have a rich history and a rooted community. We provide a variety of land and water sports in a supportive and inclusive environment. Our staff are positive role models and the culture they create is our biggest asset. Overnight Camp Coed|
Dance, Gymnastic, Music Classes with High quality of training for boys and girls. Free trial & scholarship classes are available at each location. Summer dance camps run in July-August annually. Read more…
|Class/league/program, Day Camp openCamp Coed||44||3-18||70||Arts : Dance (multi)PSB & Interplay DanceDance, Gymnastic, Music Classes with High quality of training for boys and girls. Free trial & scholarship classes are available at each location. Summer dance camps run in July-August annually. Class/league/program, Day Camp Coed|
Camp Qwanoes is a youth-focused, high adventure Christian residential camp that exists to love kids to life like no other. Summer camps for ages 8-18 and leadership programs starting at age 15. Over 75 activities. Read more…
|Day Camp, Overnight Camp openCamp Coed||267||8-16||70||Traditional (multi activity) Camp QwanoesCamp Qwanoes is a youth-focused, high adventure Christian residential camp that exists to love kids to life like no other. Summer camps for ages 8-18 and leadership programs starting at age 15. Over 75 activities. Day Camp, Overnight Camp Coed|
Ryerson University offers safe and fun experiences for kids and teens. Programs include architecture, basketball, engineering, film, graphic design, robotics, science, soccer, and more! Read more…
|Day Camp openCamp Coed||340||6-13||70||Traditional (multi activity) Ryerson Day CampsRyerson University offers safe and fun experiences for kids and teens. Programs include architecture, basketball, engineering, film, graphic design, robotics, science, soccer, and more! Day Camp Coed|
Science North offers innovative and stimulating summer day camps and virtual camps that introduce children to the worlds of science, technology, engineering and math. Camps are available for 4-11 year olds. Read more…
|Day Camp openCamp Coed||203||9-11||70||Education: STEMScience North CampsScience North offers innovative and stimulating summer day camps and virtual camps that introduce children to the worlds of science, technology, engineering and math. Camps are available for 4-11 year olds. Day Camp Coed|
Camps, classes and preschool that are Active, Creative, and a Mix of Indoor and Outdoor! From lake days to art/drama classes, abacus math to music – we have a balanced curriculum that keeps the kids engaged. Read more…
|Day Camp, Virtual program openCamp Coed||180||5-12||70||Traditional (multi activity) Block 8 AcademyCamps, classes and preschool that are Active, Creative, and a Mix of Indoor and Outdoor! From lake days to art/drama classes, abacus math to music – we have a balanced curriculum that keeps the kids engaged. Day Camp, Virtual program Coed|
We offer kids professional instruction, guidance to grow & excel while having fun! Choose from over 90 programs in Sport, Leadership, Adventure, Art, Recreation, Self-Discovery & Fitness. Read more…
|Overnight Camp Coed||880||8-19||70||Sport (multi)Olympia Sports CampWe offer kids professional instruction, guidance to grow & excel while having fun! Choose from over 90 programs in Sport, Leadership, Adventure, Art, Recreation, Self-Discovery & Fitness. Overnight Camp Coed|
SummerArts combines the best of camp with the best of the arts, with great food, a full rec schedule, campfire, and of course a core of incredible arts programming, all on a beautiful campus overlooking the Bay of Fundy. Read more…
|Day Camp, Overnight Camp openCamp Coed||70||8-11||70||Arts (multi)Ross Creek Centre for the ArtsSummerArts combines the best of camp with the best of the arts, with great food, a full rec schedule, campfire, and of course a core of incredible arts programming, all on a beautiful campus overlooking the Bay of Fundy. Day Camp, Overnight Camp Coed|
The YMCA of Three Rivers 3 overnight camps and 10 day camps offer a range of activities including, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, ropes and rock-climbing, BMX biking, drama, archery, and more. Read more…
|Overnight Camp openCamp Coed, Girls||1600||7-15||70||Traditional (multi activity) YMCA Camps Belwood, Ki-Wa-Y, Wabanaki and Day CampsThe YMCA of Three Rivers 3 overnight camps and 10 day camps offer a range of activities including, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, ropes and rock-climbing, BMX biking, drama, archery, and more. Overnight Camp Coed, Girls|
Halton region camp offering leadership training and an extraordinary camp program that will exceed your expectations. We fuse traditional camp activities with the extraordinary. Read more…
|Day Camp, Overnight Camp openCamp Coed||175||13-15||70||Traditional (multi activity) Camp KahunaHalton region camp offering leadership training and an extraordinary camp program that will exceed your expectations. We fuse traditional camp activities with the extraordinary. Day Camp, Overnight Camp Coed|
An all girls summer camp located on Georgian Bay, operated by YWCA Toronto. Camp “Tap” focuses on empowering and supporting a diverse group of girls through a broad range of arts and outdoor activities. Read more…
|Overnight Camp openCamp Girls||925||6-11||70||Traditional (multi activity) Camp Tapawingo, YWCAAn all girls summer camp located on Georgian Bay, operated by YWCA Toronto. Camp “Tap” focuses on empowering and supporting a diverse group of girls through a broad range of arts and outdoor activities. Overnight Camp Girls|
English students learning French mix with French students learning English in this innovative program in the French Alps. Sports and other activities are an important part of the experience, along with language lessons. Read more…
|Day Camp, Overnight Camp openCamp Coed||2100||6-17||70||Education: Language InstructionFrench International Language CampsEnglish students learning French mix with French students learning English in this innovative program in the French Alps. Sports and other activities are an important part of the experience, along with language lessons. Day Camp, Overnight Camp Coed|
Traditional summer camp fostering self-esteem, leadership & environmental stewardship. Campers are encouraged to be creative, in touch with nature & be themselves in a non-competitive environment. Read more…
|Overnight Camp Coed||1135||8-14||70||Traditional (multi activity) Camp KawarthaTraditional summer camp fostering self-esteem, leadership & environmental stewardship. Campers are encouraged to be creative, in touch with nature & be themselves in a non-competitive environment. Overnight Camp Coed|
A co-ed overnight camp on 200 acres in Poland, Maine. Campers enjoy an elective program with 100+ choices that focuses on instruction and skill development in Arts, Athletics, Enrichment, Outdoors and Waterfront. Read more…
|Overnight Camp openCamp Coed||3275||7-17||70||Traditional (multi activity) Camp North StarA co-ed overnight camp on 200 acres in Poland, Maine. Campers enjoy an elective program with 100+ choices that focuses on instruction and skill development in Arts, Athletics, Enrichment, Outdoors and Waterfront. Overnight Camp Coed|
YouTube, Voice Over, filmmaking, dance, acting, music, puppets and performance in the heart of Toronto. Beginner and experienced performers welcome. Come improve your skills, try something new, create, grow, & have fun! Read more…
|Class/league/program, Day Camp, Virtual program openCamp Coed||20||6-17||70||Arts : Theatre ArtsRandolph Kids Performing ArtsYouTube, Voice Over, filmmaking, dance, acting, music, puppets and performance in the heart of Toronto. Beginner and experienced performers welcome. Come improve your skills, try something new, create, grow, & have fun! Class/league/program, Day Camp, Virtual program Coed|
Fun! Friends! Success! An integrated overnight summer camp for children & teens with and without LD, ADHD, and high-functioning ASD. We provide a SOCIAL SKILLS program, ACADEMIC program and 50+ activities. Read more…
|Overnight Camp Coed||5239||6-18||70||Traditional (multi activity) Camp KodiakFun! Friends! Success! An integrated overnight summer camp for children & teens with and without LD, ADHD, and high-functioning ASD. We provide a SOCIAL SKILLS program, ACADEMIC program and 50+ activities. Overnight Camp Coed|
A true adventure camp with the very best staff. Choose from a Traditional General Camp Program or specialize in Trampoline, Gymnastics, Aerials (circus) or Wakeboarding & Water Skiing. Read more…
|Overnight Camp openCamp Coed||2950||5-17||70||Traditional (multi activity) Canadian Adventure CampA true adventure camp with the very best staff. Choose from a Traditional General Camp Program or specialize in Trampoline, Gymnastics, Aerials (circus) or Wakeboarding & Water Skiing. Overnight Camp Coed|
Montreal, Laval and Beaconsfield’s #1 Lifestyle Summer day camp! We blend fun, education & specialty training in arts, academics and sports! Weekly program for kids ages 3 – 15! Registration is open in November for 2020! Read more…
|Day Camp openCamp Coed||150||3-15||70||Traditional (multi activity) Laurus Summer CampMontreal, Laval and Beaconsfield’s #1 Lifestyle Summer day camp! We blend fun, education & specialty training in arts, academics and sports! Weekly program for kids ages 3 – 15! Registration is open in November for 2020! Day Camp Coed|
Learn from the comfort of home. Discover a new way to learn music while building confidence, creativity and leadership skills. Book a free trial with a Rockstar instructor today! Read more…
|Day Camp openCamp Coed||155||6-8||70||Arts : Music (multi)Rockstar MusicLearn from the comfort of home. Discover a new way to learn music while building confidence, creativity and leadership skills. Book a free trial with a Rockstar instructor today! Day Camp Coed|
A unique outdoor day camp that combines both nature and city experiences assuring a great experience for each camper. Read more…
|Day Camp openCamp Coed||240||4-11||70||Traditional (multi activity) Tamarack West Summer CampA unique outdoor day camp that combines both nature and city experiences assuring a great experience for each camper. Day Camp Coed|
Join our FREE STEM Day on Zoom this Thursday, September 3! Our specialty STEM program is running with a focus on science experiments, Python, Scratch and more! Read more…
|Class/league/program, Day Camp Coed||149||6-13||70||Arts : Performing Arts (multi)Upper Markham Summer CampJoin our FREE STEM Day on Zoom this Thursday, September 3! Our specialty STEM program is running with a focus on science experiments, Python, Scratch and more! Class/league/program, Day Camp Coed|
Get the kids cooking and learning more life skills! Our program has gone virtual and the kids are loving cooking together to make tasty foods for their family. Easy meals, healthy snacks make this the best Zoom class. Read more…
|Day Camp openCamp Coed||420||5-8||70||Arts : CookingCOOKSMARTGet the kids cooking and learning more life skills! Our program has gone virtual and the kids are loving cooking together to make tasty foods for their family. Easy meals, healthy snacks make this the best Zoom class. Day Camp Coed|
High quality instruction in sport, art, music and more! Special guest speakers. All Ministry of Health health and safety measures in place. Our small group summer camp was sold out and we had zero Covid-19 cases. Read more…
|Day Camp openCamp Coed||160||7-14||70||Traditional (multi activity) CASMA CampsHigh quality instruction in sport, art, music and more! Special guest speakers. All Ministry of Health health and safety measures in place. Our small group summer camp was sold out and we had zero Covid-19 cases. Day Camp Coed|
Performing Arts and Music Camps 2021 In and Around New Jersey
Opportunities for kids to become Actors, Singers, Musicians & Performers this Summer
Covid-19 has severely affected our performing arts community and now it’s time to get on that stage again! If your child is a little “star” in-the-making, they will surely appreciate a performing arts camp where they can express their creativity through spoken word, song and/or dance.
In and around New Jersey, we have many great options for Performing Arts and Music camps where our kids can enjoy developing their own, unique, creative voice and self-expression in a safe and nurturing environment.
BACH TO ROCK
Denville and Wayne, NJ locations
www.bachtorocknj.com Bach to Rock proudly provides music lessons for students of all ages and skill levels. Instruments taught include guitar, piano, drums, voice, violin, trumpet & more! B2R seasonal camps are great opportunities to play & learn music with your friends and make new ones! They also have early childhood classes for toddlers and preschoolers. Take your skills to the next level in a Glee Club or Rock Band. B2R offers opportunities for students to perform in venues in around Morris and Passaic Counties.
BRIGHTEST STAR PERFORMING ARTS (Day Camp and Sleep-away Camp Options)
www.brighteststarschoolofperformingarts.com Brightest Star Summer Musical Theatre is a “triple threat” program designed to fully educate campers in the musical theatre genre. With an outstanding staff to camper ratio: 1:4, campers will receive daily classes in voice, acting and dance, as well as lessons in technical theatre, character development, costuming and story-writing. Previous experience is not a pre-requisite and no audition is required. Their sleep-away camps present full musical titles while their Day Camp option presents Broadway Revue, featuring each camper.
CAMP BALLIBAY (sleepaway option)
1660 Ballibay Rd, Wyalusing, PA 18853
www.campballibay.com Rated the #1 Arts camp in North America since 2011, Camp Ballibay offers young artists ages 8-16 quality instruction and opportunities to explore the visual arts, dance, theater, and music. Campers will enjoy 174-acres of beautiful and serene mountain top views perfect to stir up their creativity. Gifted artists from all over the world guide students through their chosen creative outlets to help them connect with their passion and maximize their potential.
CAMP COLLEGE @ MERCER COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
West Windsor, NJ
CAMP COLLEGE has an NEW and exciting Campus Kids Pods program and Specialty Camp format this summer. New Campus Kids Pods program includes courses sure to please every camper, while staying together in small groups throughout the day. The new Specialty Camp model is scheduled to specifically pair courses to create a full day experience, with some limited programs offered as a half day option. Held at the West Windsor Campus.
6 Jill Court Building 23, Unit 10, Hillsborough, NJ 08844
One-of-a-kind circus camp for children ages 6-15 who are interested in learning circus arts similar to those performed in the Greatest Showman and Cirque Du Soleil. Register for 1 or 2 week sessions to learn aerial skills, hula hoop tricks, tightrope and stilt walking, tumbling and juggling, and show off your newly acquired talents in a unique BIG TOP concluding performance which will be recorded and can be shared with family and friends.
FRENCH WOODS FESTIVAL OF THE PERFORMING ARTS (sleepaway option)
199 Bouchoux Brook Rd, Hancock, NY 13783
Co-ed, sleepaway, premier performing arts camp in the Catskill Mountains for artists aged 7 to 17. This is an internationally recognized program featuring options in music, art, theater, dance, circus, magic and horseback riding. Young artists can select their area of focus or choose a variety of artistic endeavors. Diversity and creativity are celebrated and encouraged through high quality instruction and opportunities.
MASQUERADE THEATRE CAMP
Cherry Hill, NJ
Offers In-Person Theatre Camps for ages 4 – 18. Their Apprentice Troupe is for ages 8-18 to participate in a Musical Performance and Play Intensive workshop! Super Stars is for ages 4-7 introducing young artists the joy of storytelling! Teachers work with campers to build their very own play, and students are responsible for learning lines, songs, and choreography. Themed sessions are offered on a weekly basis, and Super Stars will perform their original show at the end of each week. Camp will take place in the Artists in Motion Dance Complex.
MUSICAL THEATRE CONSERVATORY
West Orange, NJ
At Musical Theatre Conservatory, campers ages 7-19 years old can choose In person, virtual and hybrid options, full day or 1/2 day camp. Kids love to put on a show and dream of performing on stage, under the bright lights. Their Broadway Bootcamp will allow campers grow personally and artistically. MTC offers Professional, Personalized training in Singing, Dancing, Acting / TV Acting, Voice Overs, Comedy, Song Interpretation, Stage Combat, Auditioning, Make up and More!
NJPAC VIRTUAL SUMMER PERFORMING ARTS CAMP
24 Rector Street, Newark, NJ 07102
The New Jersey Performing Art Center offers young artists a most wonderful, state-of-the-art venue to “connect, create and discover unlimited possibilities” within the arts community. In-person and virtual training experiences are available, guided by accomplished faculty.
PREMIERE STAGES AT KEAN UNIVERSITY
Premiere Stages hosts outdoor theatre camp sessions for middle school and high school students, exploring collaboration and performance techniques, culminating with live showcases on Kean University’s campus!
RUTGERS’ MASON GROSS SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (VIRTUAL)
85 George Street, New Brunswick NJ 08901
Join the vibrant artistic community of Mason Gross School of the Arts online this summer! Offering programs in art & design, dance, film & animation, music, and theater. Explore, create, and perform under the guidance of faculty from the state’s premier arts conservatory. Programs Art & Design Take part in a variety of Art & Design Programs led by Mason Gross faculty, alumni, and graduate students. Their virtual camp will feature expert Remote Instruction. Safe, Secure Online Experience. All RCA summer programs are conducted via Zoom. The faculty have spent a full year developing content and delivery methods specifically for online learning for both school-age learners and at the collegiate level.
SCHOOL OF ROCK MUSIC CAMP
Locations: Chatham, Clark, Cresskill, Montclair
Do you want to learn how to play in a band or learn to write songs? School of Rock offers a wide variety of music camps that include musical themes ranging from Classic Rock to R&B, plus a special Songwriting camp for our more seasoned musicians. Through group “band” instruction, this comprehensive camp experience is designed to hone music performance and ensemble skills in a creative, fun, and safe environment. Our staff knows from experience that playing with a band speeds learning and creates “seasoned” musicians.
VALENCIA MUSIC AND THEATER CAMP
Give your kids a chance to make memories, music and friends at IN-Person MUSIC and THEATER camps … offering music programs for kids ages 4 -18, with options for all levels, AM, PM and Full Day Sessions available. Programs include Rock and Roll Summer School for Beginners ages 7-18, Rock band camp for beginners and teens, KidzRock Music Camp Ages 4-7, Broadway Westfield, and musical theater cabaret camp for all levels.
VANGUARD THEATER CAMP (sleepaway and day)
West Milford, NJ and Montclair, NJ
Offering two great options: For the teen, VTC Summerstock is an intensive sleep-away program for the serious theater & musical theater performer between the ages of 12–19. Held in the beautiful foothills of the Ramapo mountains of West Milford, and with a staff of professional actors and directors, campers perform three fully produced shows in three weeks! In addition to show rehearsals, campers choose to take workshops in a variety of areas including: Songwriting, Shakespeare, Puppetry, Musical Theater Dance, College Prep, and more. Plus your child can go swimming, boating, go archery, hiking, and of course – participate in nightly campfires. For kids ages 7-12, VTC KIDS is a performing arts day camp held at The Vanguard in Montclair, NJ (July 6 – July 30, 2021). Young actors will learn basic musical theater techniques to communicate characters, feelings, and stories, which will increase their focus and exercise their imaginations.
WESTMINSTER CONSERVATORY SUMMER CAMP
Offering virtual private instruction, lessons & class information for all ages and stages of advancement. Their prestigious faculty and staff offers countless ways for your child to nurture a lifelong passion this summer. Expand your child’s musical horizons through a variety of concentrations including composing, piano, orchestral, flute, jazz, musical theatre and more; with a one-on-one engagement from our experienced faculty and staff. They also offer a “Try It Out” camp, which is an invitation for your child to explore a musical instrument or discipline that can begin their journey into musical immersion.
WHARTON SCHOOL OF THE PERFORMING ARTS CAMP
Berkeley Heights, NJ www.whartonarts.org
Wharton offers an array of outdoor summer activities and online programs for all ages, where the entire family can engage with the power of music right from their home. From private lessons with an exemplary faculty at our Performing Arts School, as well as musical theater, drama, and early childhood music camps, to workshops and master classes with renowned guest artists, Wharton Arts offers something for everyone both in-person and on a remote platform.
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Young Film Academy – Residential Filmmaking and Screen Acting Summer Camp
For young people who love films, whether it’s creating them or acting in them, YFA’s all-inclusive Summer Camp is a dream come true: a chance to eat, sleep and breathe movies! The camp is held at Culford School, one of the UK’s leading boarding schools, and includes all board, meals, tuition, excursions, equipment and activities.
Students on YFA Summer Camp will divide into 2 crews: FILMMAKING CREW (for aspiring filmmakers) & ACTING CREW (for aspiring actors). Students choose which Crew they wish to join for the duration of their camp.
Each Crew will develop specialised skills in their own disciplines through practical exercises, workshops and masterclasses with film industry professionals. And because we passionately believe that the best way to learn to is to get out there and DO it, the Filmmaking and Acting Crews will then combine in teams to work together for the production of the movies.
Each week of YFA Summer Camp culminates in a Premiere Screening of all the completed movies for friends and family in the onsite cinema. There’ll be a packed house, behind-the-scenes special features telling the real story of how that movie got made, and we’re guessing some blooper-reels too…
ActivitiesWhen students aren’t on set, there’ll be oodles of great fun indoor and outdoor activities on offer for them to enjoy, including swimming, football, tennis, table tennis, basketball, dance, drama, film screenings, movie quizzes, talent show, excursions, competitions, games and more!
Academic CoursesYFA summer camp offers courses in both filmmaking and screen acting, participants can choose to do one discipline or one of each across two weeks. The filmmaking course is structured with classes and pre-production planning in the first half of the course, moving on to shooting their movies and editing towards the end of the week. On our screen acting course, we will begin again with classes and workshops, shooting days and then rehearsals for a fabulous talent show on the final night of their stay at camp.
Language CoursesEnglish lessons are available at an extra cost and take place during the time allocated for activities outside of teaching hours. 90,000 I. General Provisions – Geneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War of 12 August 1949 – Conventions and Agreements – Declarations, Conventions, Agreements and Other Legal Materials
Geneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War of 12 August 1949
Adopted on 12 August 1949 by the Diplomatic Conference to draw up international conventions for the protection of victims of war, meeting in Geneva from April 21 to August 12, 1949
Part I. The beginning of captivity
Each prisoner of war during his interrogation is obliged to provide only his surname, name and rank, date of birth and personal number or, in the absence of such, other equivalent information.
In the event that a prisoner of war knowingly violates this rule, he may be threatened with a limitation of the advantages provided to the prisoner of war by his rank or position.
Each party to the conflict is obliged to provide an identity card indicating the surname, first name, rank, personal number or equivalent information and date of birth to any person subject to its jurisdiction and who may be a prisoner of war.This identity document may, in addition, be signed or fingerprinted by the holder, or both, and may contain any other information that a party to the conflict wishes to add in relation to persons belonging to its own military forces. The identity card should, if possible, be 6.5 x 10 cm in size and must have a duplicate. A prisoner of war is obliged to present an identity document at any request, but it can in no case be taken from him.
No physical or mental torture or any other coercive measure may be applied to prisoners of war to obtain any information from them. Prisoners of war who refuse to answer may not be threatened, insulted, or harassed or restrained in any way.
Prisoners of war who cannot give information about their identity due to their physical or mental condition will be transferred to the care of the medical service.The identity of these prisoners of war will be established by all possible means, taking into account the provisions of the previous paragraph.
The interrogation of prisoners of war must be carried out in a language that they understand.
All things and items of personal use, with the exception of weapons, horses, military equipment and military documents, will remain in the possession of prisoners of war, as well as metal helmets, gas masks and similar items issued to them for their personal protection.They will also have things and items that serve for their uniforms and food, even if these things and items belong to the official military equipment.
Prisoners of war must never be left without identification. The Detaining Power issues certificates to those who do not have them.
Insignia and nationality, insignia and items that have mainly subjective value cannot be taken from a prisoner of war.
The sums of money held by prisoners of war can be taken away from them only by order of an officer and only after the size of these sums and data on their owners are registered in a special register, and the latter will be issued a detailed receipt on which the name will be legibly written , rank and military unit of the person who issued this receipt. Sums of money in the currency of the Detaining Power, or those exchanged for that currency at the request of the prisoners of war, shall be credited to the personal account of the prisoner of war in accordance with Article 64.
The Detaining Power may only confiscate valuables from prisoners of war for security reasons. In such cases, the same procedure is followed as for the withdrawal of funds.
The said things, as well as the selected sums of money, if they were in a different currency than the currency of the Detaining Power, and no request was received from the owners for their exchange, must be kept by the Detaining Power and will be returned to the prisoners of war at the end of their captivity. the form in which they were selected.
As soon as possible after their capture, prisoners of war are evacuated to camps located far enough from the war zone to be safe.
Only those prisoners of war who, due to their injuries or illness, are at greater risk during evacuation than when left in place, may be temporarily detained in the danger zone.
Prisoners of war should not be unnecessarily endangered pending their evacuation from a war zone.
The evacuation of prisoners of war must at all times be carried out humanely and under conditions similar to those provided by the Detaining Power to its troops during their movements.
The Detaining Power shall supply the evacuated prisoners of war with drinking water and food in sufficient quantities, as well as provide them with the necessary clothing and medical care. She will take all necessary precautions to ensure their safety during the evacuation and draw up a list of prisoners of war to be evacuated as soon as possible.
If prisoners of war are to pass through transit camps during evacuation, their stay in these camps may be shorter.
Part II. POW internment
Chapter I. General provisions
The Detaining Power may subject prisoners of war to internment. She can oblige them not to go beyond the established line of the camp in which they are interned, or, if the camp is surrounded by a fence, not to go beyond this fence.
Except as provided for in the penal and disciplinary provisions of this Convention, prisoners of war may not be kept locked or deprived of the right to leave, unless this is necessary to protect their health; in any case, the application of this measure is allowed only as long as the circumstances that caused it have not disappeared.
Prisoners of war may be granted limited or complete freedom on parole or obligation, if only permitted by the laws of the power to which they are listed.This measure will be applied, in particular, in cases where it can improve the health of prisoners. Prisoners should not be forced to agree to their release on parole or commitment.
When hostilities begin, each party to the conflict will communicate to the opposing party the laws and regulations that permit or prohibit its citizens to consent to their release on parole or obligation. Prisoners of war released on parole or obligation in accordance with the laws and regulations thus communicated are obliged, by their personal honor, to precisely fulfill their obligations, both in relation to the Power to which they are listed and to the Power that took them prisoner.In such cases, the Power to which they are credited must not demand or accept from them any services that are contrary to their given word or obligation.
Prisoners of war internees may only be accommodated in premises located on land and which provide full guarantees of hygiene and health. Except in special cases justified by the interests of the prisoners themselves, they should not be housed in prison buildings.
Prisoners of war interned in unhealthy areas or in areas whose climate is detrimental to their health, will be transferred as soon as possible to places with a more favorable climate.
The Detaining Power will place prisoners of war in camps or camp sectors, taking into account their nationality, language and customs, provided that prisoners of war are not separated from prisoners of war by the armed forces in which they were serving at the time of their capture, with the exception of those cases when they themselves express their consent.
No prisoner of war can at any time be sent to an area where he would be exposed to fire from the battle zone, nor detained there, nor can he be used to protect any points or areas from military operations by his presence. …
Prisoners of war should have, as much as the local civilian population, shelters against air raids and other dangers of war. Except for those who would participate in protecting their premises from these dangers, they will be able to leave for the shelter as soon as possible, as soon as the alarm is given.Any other measure of protection adopted for the benefit of the population should also apply to them.
The Detaining Powers will communicate to each other, through the Protecting Powers, all the necessary information about the geographic location of the POW camps.
During the day, POW camps, when military considerations permit, shall be marked with the letters “PW” or “PG” positioned so as to be clearly visible from the air; however, the Powers concerned may agree on a different designation.Only POW camps can be designated in this way.
Transit camps or sorting camps of a permanent type, in their arrangement, must meet conditions similar to those provided for in this part, and for prisoners of war in them there must be the same regime as in other camps.
Chapter II. Premises, food and clothing for prisoners of war
Conditions for the placement of prisoners of war in camps must be no less favorable than those enjoyed by the troops of the Detaining Power stationed in the same locality.These conditions must be established taking into account the habits and customs of prisoners of war and in no case must be harmful to their health.
The aforementioned regulations shall apply, in particular, to the sleeping quarters of prisoners of war, both with regard to the total area and minimum cubic capacity, and in relation to equipment and bedding, including blankets.
Premises intended for prisoners of war for individual or collective use must be completely protected from dampness, sufficiently heated and illuminated, especially between the onset of darkness and the established hour of turning off the lights.All fire-fighting measures must be taken.
In those camps in which women prisoners of war are kept along with men, separate sleeping quarters shall be provided for them.
The basic daily ration must be sufficient in quantity, quality, variety in order to maintain good health in prisoners of war and prevent weight loss or phenomena associated with nutritional deficiencies.It is also necessary to reckon with the diet habitual for the prisoners.
The Detaining Power shall provide serving prisoners of war with the necessary supplementary food in accordance with the work they are doing.
Prisoners of war must be supplied with sufficient drinking water. Tobacco smoking should be allowed.
Prisoners of war will, to the greatest extent possible, be involved in the preparation of food for themselves; for this purpose, they can be recruited to work in the kitchen.In addition, they will be able to prepare their own food from additional products that they will have at their disposal.
Adequate facilities shall be provided for eating.
Any collective disciplinary action affecting food is prohibited.
Clothing, underwear and footwear will be provided to prisoners of war in sufficient quantities by the Detaining Power, and it must take into account the climatic conditions of the area in which the prisoners of war are.Uniforms of enemy armies captured by the Detaining Power will be used for the uniforms of prisoners of war if they are suitable for the climatic conditions.
Regular replacement and repair of these items will be provided by the Detaining Power. In addition, working prisoners of war will receive appropriate clothing wherever their work requires it.
Stalls will be set up in all camps where prisoners of war can buy food, household items, soap and tobacco, the sale price of which must not exceed local trade prices.
The profits received from the stalls will be used in favor of the prisoners of war; a special fund will be created for this purpose. The trustee will have the right to take part in the work of the stall and in the use of this fund.
In the event of the liquidation of a camp, the credit balance of a special fund must be transferred to an international humanitarian organization for use in the interests of prisoners of war who are citizens of the same country as the prisoners of war who contributed to the creation of this fund.In the event of general repatriation, these profits remain with the Detaining Power, unless there is an agreement to the contrary between the Powers concerned.
Chapter III. Hygiene and medical care
The Detaining Power will be obliged to take all hygiene measures necessary to ensure the cleanliness and health of the camps and to prevent the outbreak of an epidemic.
Prisoners of war will have sanitary installations, day and night, meeting the rules of hygiene and kept in constant cleanliness.In all camps in which women prisoners of war are housed, separate sanitation facilities must be provided for them.
In addition, in addition to baths and showers, which will be set up in the camps, prisoners of war will be provided with water and soap in sufficient quantities for daily keeping the body clean and for washing clothes; for this they will be provided with the necessary premises, opportunities and time.
Each camp will have a corresponding infirmary, where prisoners of war will receive the assistance they may need, and where they will be provided with the necessary diet.If necessary, isolators will be arranged for the infectious and the mentally ill.
Prisoners of war suffering from a serious illness, or whose health condition requires special treatment, surgery or hospitalization, must be admitted to any military or civilian medical institution that can provide their treatment, even if their repatriation is expected in the near future. Special conditions will be created for caring for people with disabilities, in particular the blind, and for their retraining in anticipation of repatriation.
Medical assistance will be provided to prisoners of war, mainly by medical personnel of the power to which they are registered, and, if possible, of their nationality.
Prisoners of war must not be prevented from appearing at medical appointments. The authorities in captivity will issue each prisoner of war undergoing treatment, at his request, with an official certificate indicating the nature of his injury or illness, the duration and nature of the treatment. A duplicate of this certificate will be sent to the Central Prisoners of War Agency.
The costs of medical treatment, including the purchase of any appliances necessary to maintain the health of prisoners of war in good condition, namely dentures or other prostheses and spectacles, shall be borne by the Detaining Power.
Medical examinations of prisoners of war will be carried out at least once a month. During medical examinations, the weight of each prisoner of war should be checked and noted. These examinations, in particular, will have the purpose of checking the general health, nutrition and cleanliness of prisoners of war, as well as identifying infectious diseases, especially tuberculosis, malaria and sexually transmitted diseases.For this purpose, the most effective methods available will be used, such as periodic mass X-rays on microfilm to detect tuberculosis in the early stages.
The Detaining Power may require prisoners of war, although not in the medical service of their armed forces, but who are doctors, dentists, orderlies and nurses, to carry out their medical duties in the interests of prisoners of war registered in the same Power as themselves. …In this case, they will continue to be considered prisoners of war, but will receive the same treatment as the corresponding medical personnel detained by the Detaining Power. They will be exempted from any other work provided for in Article 49.
Chapter IV. Medical and religious personnel detained to assist prisoners of war
Medical personnel and religious personnel detained by the Detaining Power for the purpose of assisting prisoners of war shall not be considered prisoners of war.They will, however, enjoy at least the advantages and patronage of this Convention, and they will also be given all facilities necessary to provide medical and spiritual assistance to prisoners of war.
They will continue to carry out their medical and spiritual duties in the interests of prisoners of war, predominantly belonging to the armed forces to which they are registered, within the framework of the military laws and regulations of the Detaining Power and under the direction of its competent authorities, as well as in accordance with their professional ethics.In carrying out their medical and spiritual duties, they will also enjoy the following benefits:
a ) they will be allowed to periodically visit prisoners of war in work teams or in hospitals outside the camp: the Detaining Power will provide them with the necessary means of transport for this purpose;
b ) in each camp, a senior military doctor in rank and experience will be held accountable to the camp military authorities for everything related to the activities of the detained medical and sanitary personnel.To this end, from the outbreak of hostilities, the parties to the conflict will agree on the correlation of the ranks of their medical and sanitary personnel, including the personnel of the societies referred to in Article 26 of the Geneva Convention of August 12, 1949 for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick in Active armies. This doctor and, likewise, the clergy will have the right to contact the appropriate camp authorities in all matters relating to their professional activities. These authorities will provide them with the necessary facilities to maintain correspondence on these matters;
c ) although the detained personnel will be subject to the internal discipline of the camp in which they are located, they should not be forced to perform work that is not related to their medical or religious duties.
During hostilities, the parties to the conflict will agree on the possible change of detained personnel and establish the procedure for this change.
None of the foregoing provisions relieve the Detaining Power of its obligations to meet the medical and spiritual needs of prisoners of war.
Chapter V. Religion, intellectual and physical activity
Prisoners of war will be given complete freedom to practice their religion, including attending divine services, subject to the disciplinary procedures prescribed by the military authorities.
Adequate facilities will be allocated for religious services.
Clergymen who were part of the military clergy, who fell into the power of an enemy power and who remained or were detained to help prisoners of war, will be allowed to serve their spiritual needs and freely carry out their duties among their fellow believers in accordance with their religious conscience. They will be distributed among the various camps and work teams containing prisoners of war who belong to the same military forces, speak the same language or belong to the same religion.They will be provided with the necessary facilities, including the vehicles provided for in article 33, to visit prisoners of war outside their camp. They will enjoy freedom of correspondence, subject to censorship, on religious matters of their worship with the spiritual authorities of the country in which they are detained and with international religious organizations. Letters and postcards that they can send are not included in the standard set out in article 71.
Prisoners of war who are worshipers, but who were not part of the military clergy in their own army, will receive permission, whatever their religion, to freely exercise their duties among their fellow believers.In this respect, they will be treated as members of the military clergy detained by the Detaining Power. They will not be forced to do any other work.
In cases where prisoners of war do not have the spiritual help of a representative of the military clergy from among the detained persons or a prisoner of war – a minister of their cult, at the request of interested prisoners of war, a minister of worship will be appointed to perform these duties, belonging to the religion of these prisoners of war or a similar religion, or for in the absence of such, a competent secular person will be appointed, if this is permissible from a religious point of view.This appointment, which must be approved by the Detaining Power, will be made with the consent of the POW community concerned and, where necessary, with the consent of the local ecclesiastical authorities of the same denomination. The person so designated will have to act in accordance with all the rules laid down by the Detaining Power for the maintenance of discipline and military security.
Respecting the personal inclinations of each prisoner of war, the Detaining Power will encourage the intellectual, educational and sporting activity of prisoners of war, as well as activity in organizing entertainment; it must take the necessary measures for this by providing them with the appropriate premises and the necessary equipment.
Prisoners of war will have to be able to exercise, including sports and sports games, and be outdoors. In all camps, free areas of sufficient size will be allocated for this purpose.
Chapter VI. Discipline
Each POW camp will be placed under the direct command of a responsible officer belonging to the regular armed forces of the Detaining Power.This officer will have the text of this Convention; he will ensure that its provisions are known to all camp personnel and will be responsible for its implementation under the supervision of his government.
Prisoners of war, with the exception of officers, will have to salute and show the external signs of respect provided for by the regulations in force in their own army, to all officers of the holding power.
Prisoners of war officers will have to salute only the officers of this power, their senior in rank.However, they must salute the camp commander, whatever his rank.
The wearing of insignia and nationality, as well as insignia will be allowed.
The text of this Convention, its annexes and the content of all special agreements provided for in article 6, written in the language of the prisoners of war, will be displayed in each camp in places where they can be read by all prisoners of war.Upon request, this text will be communicated to prisoners of war who are deprived of the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the posted text.
All kinds of rules, orders, announcements and notices concerning the conduct of prisoners of war will be communicated to them in a language they understand. They will be posted in accordance with the above procedure, and a certain number of copies will be given to the authorized representative. All orders and orders to individual prisoners of war must also be given in a language that they understand.
The use of weapons against prisoners of war, in particular against those escaping or attempting to escape, is an emergency measure, which must always be preceded by warnings appropriate to the circumstances.
Chapter VII. Military ranks of prisoners of war
From the very beginning of hostilities, the parties to the conflict shall communicate to each other the titles and positions of all persons referred to in Article 4 of this Convention in order to ensure that prisoners of equal rank are treated equally; if positions and titles are established later, the same message should be made about this.
The Detaining Power will recognize promotions of prisoners of war of which it is duly advised by the Power to which they are assigned.
Officers and prisoners of war equated to them will be treated with the respect due to their rank and age.
In order to ensure the service of the officer camps, a sufficient number of prisoners of war soldiers of the same armed forces, if possible speaking the same language, are allocated, taking into account the rank of officers and their equals; they cannot be sent to any other job.
Disposition of the officers’ boiler by the officers themselves should be encouraged in every possible way.
Prisoners of war who are not officers or persons of equal status should be treated with respect appropriate to their rank and age.
The disposal of the POWs themselves with their cauldrons should be encouraged in every possible way.
Chapter VIII. Transfer of prisoners of war after their arrival at camp
The Detaining Power, when deciding on the transfer of prisoners of war, must take into account the interests of the prisoners of war themselves, in particular, so as not to increase the difficulties in their repatriation.
The movement of prisoners of war must always be carried out humanely and in conditions no worse than those provided by the detaining Power to its troops during the movement. The climatic conditions to which the prisoners of war are accustomed must always be taken into account; the conditions of their movement should in no case be harmful to their health.
The Detaining Power shall provide prisoners of war during travel with sufficient drinking water and food to maintain their health in good condition, and provide them with the necessary clothing, shelter and medical care.She will take all necessary precautions to ensure their safety, especially during transport by sea or air, and draw up a complete list of prisoners to be moved before they are sent.
Sick and wounded prisoners of war will not be relocated unless strictly required by their safety, while the relocation could jeopardize their recovery.
When the front line approaches a camp, prisoners of war in that camp will be displaced only if their movement can be carried out in conditions of sufficient security or if they are in greater danger by staying in place than by movement.
In case of transfer, prisoners of war will be officially informed of their departure and new mailing address; this message must be made well in advance so that they can pack their belongings and alert their family.
They will be allowed to take with them personal belongings, correspondence and parcels that have arrived at their address; the weight of these things, if the circumstances of the displacement so require, may be limited to the extent that a prisoner of war can normally carry, but the permitted weight will in no case exceed 25 kg per person.
Correspondence and parcels addressed to the former camp will be forwarded to them without delay. The head of the camp, in agreement with the trustee, will take the necessary measures to ensure the transportation of the collective property of prisoners of war and things that the prisoners of war could not take with them due to the restrictions provided for in the second paragraph of this article.
The costs of the transfer will be borne by the Detaining Power.
Part III. On the work of prisoners of war
The Detaining Power may use able-bodied prisoners of war as labor, taking into account their age, sex, rank and physical ability, in particular to maintain them in good physical and mental condition.
From prisoners of war non-commissioned officers can only be required to supervise the work. Non-commissioned officers who are not assigned to such work may ask to be given other suitable work for them, which, if possible, will be provided to them.
If officers or persons of equal status are asked to give them a job suitable for them, such, if possible, will be provided to them. They cannot under any circumstances be compelled to work.
In addition to work on the management, equipment and maintenance in the order of their camp, prisoners of war can only be forced to work in the following categories:
a ) agriculture;
b ) extractive or manufacturing industries, with the exception of the metallurgical, machine-building and chemical industries, as well as public works and construction, which are of a military nature or have military purposes;
c ) work in transport or loading and unloading, not having a military character or purpose;
d ) trade activities, arts and crafts;
e ) household work;
f ) utilities that are not of a military nature or purpose.
In case of violation of the above provision, prisoners of war are allowed to exercise their right of appeal in accordance with Article 78.
Prisoners of war must be provided with appropriate working conditions, especially accommodation, food, clothing and equipment; these conditions must not be inferior to those enjoyed by the citizens of the Detaining Power when employed in similar jobs. Climatic conditions should also be taken into account.
The Detaining Power, using the labor of prisoners of war, will ensure that national occupational health and safety laws are complied with in their places of work.
Prisoners of war shall be trained and subject to occupational health and safety measures appropriate to the work they are required to perform and similar to those provided to citizens of the Detaining Power. Subject to the provisions of article 52, prisoners of war may be involved in work involving the normal risk to which civilian workers are exposed.
Under no circumstances should disciplinary action be taken to create a more difficult working environment.
No prisoner of war may be employed in work endangering health or dangerous, unless he voluntarily agrees to do so.
No prisoner of war will be employed in work deemed demeaning to a member of the Detaining Power.
Removing mines or other similar projectiles will be considered hazardous work.
The working hours of prisoners of war, including the time required to travel to and from work, shall not be excessive and in no event shall exceed the working hours established for civilian workers employed in the same area from among the citizens of the Detaining Power. …
Prisoners of war shall be allowed at least one hour of rest in the middle of the working day; this rest will be in accordance with that provided for the workers of the Detaining Power if the latter is longer.In addition, prisoners of war are additionally provided with a continuous twenty-four hour rest once a week, preferably on Sunday or on the day of rest established in their homeland. In addition, each prisoner of war who has worked for a year is provided with an uninterrupted eight-day rest with the preservation of work wages.
If such methods of work as piecework are to be applied, this should not lead to an excessive lengthening of the working day.
The amount of remuneration due to prisoners of war for work shall be established in accordance with the provisions of Article 62 of this Convention.
Prisoners of war who have suffered accidents at work or become ill during or in connection with work shall be provided with the medical assistance required by their condition. In addition, the Detaining Power will issue them a medical certificate, which will enable them to substantiate their rights to the Power to which they are registered, and a duplicate of this certificate will be submitted to the Central Prisoners of War Agency provided for in Article 123.
The suitability of prisoners of war for labor is checked periodically, at least once a month, by means of medical examinations.When carrying out medical examinations, special consideration should be given to the nature of the work that prisoners of war are forced to perform.
If a prisoner of war considers himself unable to work, he will be allowed to appear to the medical staff of his camp. Doctors may recommend releasing prisoners who, in their opinion, are disabled from work.
The regime in work teams should be similar to that in POW camps.
Every work team will remain under the control of the POW camp and will be administratively dependent on it.The military authorities and the camp commander are responsible, under the supervision of their governments, for the compliance of the work team with the provisions of this Convention.
The camp commander shall keep in order a list of the working teams subordinate to his camp, and present this list to those delegates of the Protecting Power, the International Committee of the Red Cross or other POW aid organizations who may visit the camp.
The treatment of prisoners of war employed by private persons, even if the latter take protection and patronage over them under their responsibility, will be at least the same as provided for in this Convention; the Detaining Power, the military authorities and the head of the camp to which the prisoners of war belong are fully responsible for the maintenance, care, treatment, and payment of prisoners of war.
These prisoners of war will have the right to communicate with the proxies of the camps to which they are registered.
Part IV. POW money
From the very beginning of hostilities and pending an agreement on this matter with the Protecting Power, the Detaining Power may establish a maximum amount of money, in cash or similar, that prisoners of war may carry with them.All surplus taken or withheld from prisoners of war, which is their legal property, as well as any monetary contribution made by them, will be credited to their personal account and cannot be converted into another currency without their consent.
In cases where prisoners of war are allowed to make purchases outside the camp or use services for cash, payments are made by the prisoners of war themselves or by the camp administration, and the amounts paid are credited to the accounts of the prisoners of war concerned.The Detaining Power will work out the necessary rules for this.
The sums of money in the currency of the Detaining Power taken from prisoners of war in accordance with Article 18 at the time of their capture will be credited to the personal account of each of them in accordance with the provisions of Article 64 of this Part.
The sums of money in the currency of the Detaining Power, which will be received as a result of the exchange of sums of money taken at the same time from prisoners of war in another currency, will also be credited to the personal account of each of them.
The Detaining Power will pay every month to all prisoners of war an advance in cash allowance, the amount of which will be determined by converting the following amounts into the currency of the said Power:
Category I: prisoners of war below the rank of sergeant – eight Swiss francs;
Category II: sergeants and other non-commissioned officers or prisoners of the corresponding rank – twelve Swiss francs;
Category III: officers up to the rank of captain inclusive or prisoners of the corresponding rank – fifty Swiss francs;
Category IV: majors, lieutenant colonels, colonels or prisoners of the corresponding rank – sixty Swiss francs;
Category V: generals or prisoners of the corresponding rank – seventy-five Swiss francs.
However, interested parties to the conflict may, through special agreements, change the amount of advances on account of monetary allowances due to prisoners of war of the categories listed above.
In addition, if the amounts indicated in the first paragraph are disproportionately large in comparison with the monetary allowance received by members of the armed forces of the Detaining Power, or for any reason cause serious difficulties for the Detaining Power, the latter, until the conclusion of a special an agreement with the Power on which the prisoners of war are listed to change the amounts indicated above:
a ) will continue to credit the prisoner of war’s personal account with the amounts indicated in the first paragraph,
b ) may temporarily restrict the amount paid to prisoners of war against these advances to meet their needs, to amounts that are sufficient, but which for persons of the first category should not be less than the amounts paid by the detaining Power to persons from its own armed forces.
The reasons for this restriction must be communicated promptly to the Protecting Power.
The Detaining Power will accept sums of money that the Power of War will send to prisoners of war to which they are listed as additional allowance, provided that these sums are distributed equally among prisoners of war of the same category and payable to all prisoners of war in this category who are listed in that category. Power, and will be recorded in separate personal accounts in accordance with the provisions of Article 64 as soon as possible.This additional allowance does not relieve the Detaining Power from any other obligations imposed on it by this Convention.
Prisoners of war will receive, directly from the authorities that contain them, fair wages for work, the amount of which is fixed by those authorities, but which cannot be less than one-fourth of the Swiss franc for a full working day. The Detaining Power will communicate to the prisoners, as well as to the Power to which they are registered, through the Protecting Power, the amount of the daily wage set by it.
The authorities holding prisoners will also pay wages for the work of prisoners of war who must constantly engage in duties or trades related to management, internal organization or maintenance in the order of camps, as well as prisoners of war involved in serving the medical or spiritual needs of their comrades.
The payment for the work of the trustee, his assistants and his consultants, if any, is covered from the fund replenished with deductions from the profits of the stall; the amount of these salaries is established by the authorized representative and approved by the head of the camp.If there is no such fund, the authorities containing the prisoners shall pay these prisoners of war a fair wage for their work.
Prisoners of war will be allowed to receive money orders addressed to them personally or collectively.
Every prisoner of war has the right to dispose of the credit balance of his account provided for in the following article, within the limits established by the Detaining Power, which will make the required payments.Subject to the financial and currency restrictions required by the Detaining Power, POWs will also be able to make payments abroad. In this case, payments made by prisoners of war to their dependents should be made first.
In any case, the prisoner of war will be able, with the consent of the power to which he is listed, to order payments to be made in his country in the following manner: the Detaining Power will send to the said Power, through the Protecting Power, an advice containing all the necessary instructions about the payer and the recipient money, as well as the amount of payment expressed in the currency of the Detaining Power; this advice note will be signed by the prisoners of war concerned and affixed with the signature of the camp commander.The Detaining Power shall write this amount in the debit of the account of the prisoner of war. The debit sums thus debited by the Detaining Power shall be credited to the Power for which the prisoners of war are listed.
For the purpose of applying the above provisions, the Detaining Power may make use of the model rules contained in Annex V of this Convention.
The Detaining Power shall open a personal account for each prisoner of war, which shall at least contain the following:
1) amounts owed to a prisoner of war or received by him as an advance on account of monetary allowance, wages or other receipts; sums of money in the currency of the Detaining Power taken from a prisoner of war; money taken from a prisoner and converted at his request into the currency of the indicated power;
2) amounts given to the captive in cash or in another similar form; payments made on his behalf and at his request; amounts transferred in accordance with the third paragraph of article 63.
Any entry in the account of a prisoner of war must be signed or initialed by him or by a proxy acting on his behalf.
Prisoners of war shall always be given sufficient opportunity to inspect the status of their accounts and to obtain copies of these accounts, which may also be verified by representatives of the Protecting Power when they visit the camp.
When prisoners of war are transferred from one camp to another, their personal accounts follow them.In the event of the transfer of prisoners of war by one Detaining Power to another, the sums of money belonging to the prisoners of war not converted into the currency of the Detaining Power shall follow. For all other amounts remaining on the credit of their accounts, they are issued a certificate.
Interested parties to the conflict may agree to notify each other at regular intervals through the Protecting Power of the amounts in the accounts of prisoners of war.
At the end of captivity due to the release of a prisoner of war or his repatriation, the Detaining Power must issue him a document signed by an authorized officer of that Power, which will indicate the credit balance due to him at the end of his stay in captivity. The Detaining Power will also send, through the Protecting Power to the Power on which the POWs are listed, lists containing all relevant details of all POWs whose captivity has ended in repatriation, release, escape, death, or in any other way, and indicating the amount of their credit balance. …Each sheet of such lists must be certified by an authorized representative of the Detaining Power.
Any of the foregoing provisions of this article may be modified by mutual agreement between the parties to the conflict.
The Power to which the prisoner of war is listed will be responsible for settling with him the credit balance due to him from the Detaining Power at the end of his captivity.
Advances in allowance made to prisoners of war in accordance with article 60 are to be regarded as advances made on behalf of the Power to which they are credited.Such advances in cash allowance, as well as all payments made by the said Power by virtue of the third paragraph of Articles 63 and 68, will be the subject of agreement between the Powers concerned after the end of hostilities.
Any claim by a prisoner of war for compensation in connection with an injury or disability arising from work must be communicated to the power of the prisoner of war through the Protecting Power.In accordance with Article 54, the Detaining Power shall in all cases issue the prisoner of war with a document indicating: the nature of the injury or disability, the circumstances in which it occurred, and information about the medical or hospital treatment provided to him. This document must be signed by the responsible officer of the Detaining Power and the medical record must be certified by a medical doctor.
Any claim by a prisoner of war for compensation for his personal effects, money or valuables confiscated from him by the Detaining Power in accordance with Article 18 and not issued to him upon his repatriation, or for compensation for damages which, in his opinion, were caused to him by the fault of the Detaining Power or any of its representatives shall also be sent to the Power for which the prisoner of war is listed.However, all such personal belongings which are necessary for the prisoners of war while in captivity are replaced at the expense of the Detaining Power. In all cases, the Detaining Power shall issue to prisoners of war a document signed by the officer in charge, which indicates all available information regarding the reasons why these things, money or valuables are not returned. A copy of such a document shall be sent to the Power on which the prisoner of war is listed through the Central Prisoners of War Agency provided for in Article 123.
Part V. Relations of prisoners of war with the outside world
Immediately after the prisoners of war are in its power, the Detaining Power shall notify them and the Power to which they are listed, through the Protecting Power, of the measures taken to carry out the provisions of this Part. She will also keep interested parties informed of any change in these activities.
Each prisoner of war, from the moment of his capture or at the latest one week after his arrival at the camp, even if it is a transit camp, and also in case of illness or sending to the infirmary or another camp, should be able to send, on the one hand, directly to his family, and on the other – to the Central Prisoners of War Agency, as provided for in Article 123, a postcard, drawn up, if possible, according to the model annexed to this Convention, informing him of the capture, his state of health and giving his address.These cards must be sent as soon as possible and their transmission cannot be delayed in any way.
Prisoners of war will be allowed to both send and receive letters and postcards. If the Detaining Power finds it necessary to restrict this correspondence, it should at least authorize the sending of two letters and four cards per month, not counting the cards provided for in Article 70, drawn up, as far as possible, on the models annexed to this Convention.Other restrictions may only be imposed if the Protecting Power has reason to consider them to be in the interests of the POWs themselves, in view of the difficulties that the Detaining Power faces in recruiting a sufficient number of qualified translators to carry out the necessary censorship. If correspondence addressed to prisoners of war is to be restricted, this decision can only be taken by the Power to which they are assigned, in some cases at the request of the Detaining Power.These letters and postcards must be forwarded by the fastest means available to the Detaining Power; delaying or delaying their delivery is not a disciplinary measure.
Prisoners of war who do not receive news for a long time or are deprived of the opportunity to receive them from their family or send them to her in the usual way, as well as prisoners of war who are at a great distance from their relatives, will be allowed to send telegrams, the value of which will be entered into the debit of their account held by the Detaining Power or paid for with money at their disposal.Such an opportunity will be provided to prisoners of war also in case of emergency.
As a general rule, correspondence between prisoners of war is in their own language. The parties to the conflict may allow correspondence in other languages.
Bags of prisoners’ correspondence must be carefully sealed, clearly labeled with their contents, and sent to the post office of their destination.
Prisoners of war will be permitted to receive, by mail or by any other means, individual or collective parcels containing, in particular, food, clothing, medicine and items intended to satisfy their religious needs, for their education or entertainment, including books, religious objects, equipment. for scientific works, examination materials, musical instruments, sports equipment and materials that allow prisoners of war to continue their studies or engage in artistic activities.
These parcels in no way relieve the Detaining Power from the obligations imposed on it by this Convention.
The only restrictions on these parcels can only be those proposed in the interests of the POWs themselves by the Protecting Power or, in the event of an emergency load on transport or communication systems and only in relation to their own parcels, by the International Committee of the Red Cross or any other organization providing assistance. prisoners of war.
The procedure for sending individual and collective parcels should, if necessary, be the subject of special agreements between the powers concerned, which in no case can delay the receipt of parcels of assistance by prisoners of war. Books should not be invested in food and clothing parcels. Medical supplies should generally be sent in collective packages.
In the absence of special agreements between the Powers concerned on the procedure for the receipt and distribution of collective parcels of assistance, the rules annexed to this Convention concerning collective parcels shall apply.
The aforementioned special agreements can in no way restrict the rights of proxies to transfer to them received collective parcels intended for prisoners of war, to distribute them or to dispose of them in the interests of prisoners of war.
These agreements cannot restrict the right to control the distribution of collective parcels among the recipients, the right that will be enjoyed by representatives of the Protecting Power, the International Committee of the Red Cross or any other organization that assists prisoners and is responsible for the transfer of these parcels.
All parcels of assistance intended for prisoners of war are exempt from customs duties and other charges.
Correspondence, relief parcels and authorized money orders addressed to or mailed to prisoners of war, directly or through the Information Bureau provided for in article 122, or through the Central Prisoners of War Agency provided for in article 123, are exempt from all postage as in the country of departure and in the country of destination and in countries in between.
The costs of sending aid parcels intended for prisoners of war which, due to their weight or for any other reason, cannot be mailed to them, shall be borne by the Detaining Power in all territories under its control. Other powers that are parties to the Convention will bear the cost of carriage on their territories.
In the absence of special agreements between the powers concerned, the costs of carriage of such parcels, which are not subject to the above benefits, shall be paid by the sender.
The High Contracting Parties shall endeavor to reduce as far as possible the tariffs for telegrams sent to or addressed to prisoners of war.
In the event that military operations prevent the Powers concerned from fulfilling their obligation to ensure the transport of parcels referred to in Articles 70, 71, 72 and 77, the Protecting Powers concerned, the International Committee of the Red Cross or any other organization recognized by the parties to the conflict , can engage in ensuring the transportation of these parcels using appropriate vehicles (wagons, trucks, ships or airplanes, etc.)NS.). To this end, the High Contracting Parties will endeavor to provide these vehicles and permit their movement, in particular by issuing them the necessary passes.
These vehicles can also be used to transport:
a ) correspondence, lists and reports exchanged between the Central Information Agency referred to in article 123 and the national offices provided for in article 122;
b ) correspondence and reports concerning prisoners of war, which the Protecting Powers, the International Committee of the Red Cross or any other organization assisting prisoners of war exchange with both their representatives and with the parties to the conflict.
These provisions do not in any way limit the rights of any party to the conflict to provide other means of transport if it prefers, or to issue passes on terms that may be established by mutual agreement.
In the absence of special agreements, the costs associated with the use of these vehicles shall be borne in proportion by the parties to the conflict, in favor of whose citizens these services are provided.
Censorship of correspondence addressed to or sent by prisoners of war shall be carried out as soon as possible. It can be carried out only by the sending and receiving states and only once by each of them.
Inspection of parcels addressed to prisoners of war must not be carried out under conditions that would threaten the safety of the food contained in them, and must take place, except when it comes to printed and written materials, in the presence of the addressee or his comrade, duly authorized by him.The transfer of individual or collective parcels to prisoners cannot be delayed under the pretext of difficulties associated with censorship.
Any prohibition on correspondence imposed by the parties to the conflict for military or political reasons may only be temporary in nature and should be as short as possible.
The Detaining Powers shall provide every facility for the transmission, through the Protecting Power or through the Central Prisoners of War Agency provided for in Article 123, of acts, papers and documents addressed to or emanating from prisoners of war, in particular powers of attorney and wills.
In all cases, the Detaining Powers will assist prisoners of war in the drafting of these documents, in particular by allowing them to consult a lawyer, and will take the necessary steps to ensure that the signatures of the prisoners are attested.
Part VI. Relationship of prisoners of war with the authorities
Chapter I. Complaints of prisoners of war about the regime of captivity
Prisoners of war have the right to submit requests to the military authorities under whose authority they are in relation to the regime of captivity established for them.
They also have the right to apply, without any restrictions, through a proxy or directly, if they find it necessary, to representatives of the Protecting Powers, in order to draw their attention to those moments of the regime of captivity in respect of which they have complaints.
These motions and complaints will not be limited or considered as part of the correspondence quota specified in article 71. They must be transmitted urgently. They cannot be punished in any way, even if they are found to be unfounded.
Trustees will be able to send periodic reports to representatives of the Protecting Powers on the situation in the camps and on the needs of prisoners of war.
Chapter II. POW representatives
In all places where prisoners of war will be, with the exception of those where officers are, prisoners of war will freely, by secret ballot, elect every six months, as well as in the case of vacancies, proxies who must represent them before the military authorities, powers – patrons, the International Committee of the Red Cross and any other organization that helps them.These proxies can be re-elected.
In camps for officers and persons equated to them, or in mixed camps, a prisoner of war officer of higher rank and experience is recognized as a confidant. In officer camps, he is assisted by one or more advisers selected by the officers; in mixed camps, his assistants are selected by non-officer POWs from among themselves.
Prisoner of war officers of the same nationality will be placed in labor camps for prisoners of war so that they can carry out the administrative functions assigned to prisoners of war in the camp.These officers may be selected for the position of trustee in accordance with the provisions of the first paragraph of this article. In this case, the assistants of the trustee will be selected from among the POWs who are not officers.
Any proxy elected must be approved by the Detaining Power before taking up his duties. In the event that the Detaining Power refuses to approve a prisoner of war chosen by his comrades in captivity, it will have to provide the reasons for such refusal to the Protecting Power.
In all cases, the citizenship, language and customs of the proxy must be the same as the citizenship, language and customs of the prisoners of war he represents. Thus, prisoners of war, assigned to the various sectors of the camp according to their citizenship, language and customs, will have a proxy in each sector in accordance with the provisions of the preceding paragraphs.
The trustees shall contribute to the physical, moral and intellectual well-being of prisoners of war.
In particular, if the prisoners decided to organize among themselves a system of mutual assistance, then this organization should be under the jurisdiction of proxies, regardless of the special duties that are assigned to them by other provisions of this Convention.
The trustees will not be liable only by virtue of their duties for the offenses committed by prisoners of war.
Trustees will not be forced to do any other work if this would hinder the performance of their functions.
Trustees can appoint the helpers they need from among the prisoners. They will be provided with all practical possibilities and, in particular, some freedom of movement necessary to carry out their duties (visiting work teams, receiving parcels of assistance, etc.).
Proxies should be allowed to visit the premises in which prisoners of war are interned; the latter will have the right to freely consult with their trustee.
Equally, proxies will be given every opportunity for their postal and telegraphic correspondence with the authorities in captivity, with the Protecting Powers, the International Committee of the Red Cross and their representatives, with mixed medical commissions, as well as with organizations that will provide assistance to prisoners of war. … Work team proxies will enjoy the same benefits for their correspondence with the main camp proxy.This correspondence will not be subject to any restrictions and cannot be regarded as counting towards the quota provided for in article 71.
No trustee may be transferred to another location without being given the time normally necessary to bring his successor up to date.
In the event of the removal of a trustee, the reasons for this decision will be communicated to the Protecting Power.
Chapter III. Criminal and disciplinary penalties
Prisoners of war are subject to the laws, regulations and orders in force in the armed forces of the Detaining Power. The latter will have the right to take judicial or disciplinary action against any prisoner of war who violates these laws, statutes or orders. However, legal proceedings or penalties that are contrary to the provisions of this chapter should not be tolerated.
If acts committed by prisoners of war are declared punishable in the laws, statutes or orders of the Detaining Power, while the same actions do not entail punishment if they are committed by persons belonging to the armed forces of the Detaining Power, then in such In this case, only disciplinary sanctions will be imposed on prisoners of war.
In deciding what penalties should be imposed for crimes of which prisoners of war are charged, judicial or disciplinary, the Detaining Power should ensure that the authorities concerned exercise the utmost leniency in assessing the matter and, in all possible cases, have recourse as soon as possible. disciplinary action rather than prosecution.
Only military courts can try a prisoner of war, unless the legislation of the Detaining Power specifically grants civilian courts the right to try persons belonging to the military forces of that Power for the same offense as the prisoner of war is charged with.
In no case will a prisoner of war be tried by any court that does not provide the basic universally recognized guarantees of independence and impartiality and, in particular, the judicial procedure of which does not provide the defendant with the rights and remedies provided for in Article 105.
Prisoners of war who are prosecuted under the law of the Detaining Power for acts committed prior to capture shall enjoy the protection of this Convention even if convicted.
A prisoner of war may be punished only once for the same offense or on the same charge.
The military authorities and the courts of the Detaining Power shall not impose any penalties on prisoners of war other than those provided for the same offenses committed by persons belonging to the armed forces of the Detaining Power.
When imposing punishment, the courts or authorities of the Detaining Power should take into account, to the greatest extent possible, the fact that, since the defendant is not a citizen of the Detaining Power, he is not bound by a duty of loyalty to it and that he is in its power due to the circumstances. that do not depend on his will. They will have the opportunity to mitigate the punishment due to the offense imputed to the prisoner of war, and for this they will not be required to adhere to the prescribed minimum of this punishment.
Any collective punishment for individual misconduct, any corporal punishment, imprisonment in rooms deprived of daylight, and in general any kind of torture or manifestation of cruelty are prohibited.
The Detaining Power may not deprive any prisoner of war of his rank or the ability to wear insignia.
Prisoner of war officers, non-commissioned officers, or soldiers serving a disciplinary or criminal sentence, if of equal rank, may not be subjected to more severe treatment than that prescribed for the same penalties in the armed forces of the Detaining Power.
Women prisoners of war shall not be sentenced to harsher sentences or harsher treatment while serving their sentences than women in the armed forces of the Detaining Power who are punished for similar offenses.
In no case should women prisoners of war be sentenced to a more severe punishment or be subjected to more severe treatment while serving their sentence than men in the armed forces of the Detaining Power who are punished for similar offenses.
After prisoners of war have served the disciplinary or criminal penalties imposed on them, they must not be treated differently from other prisoners of war.
II. Disciplinary sanctions
The following disciplinary measures may be imposed on prisoners of war:
1) a fine in the amount of not more than 50% of the advance on account of the monetary allowance and payment for work due to prisoners of war in accordance with Articles 60 and 62, and, moreover, for a period not exceeding 30 days;
2) deprivation of benefits granted in excess of what is provided for by this Convention;
3) extraordinary outfits not exceeding two hours a day;
The penalty referred to in paragraph 3 cannot be imposed on officers.
Disciplinary sanctions must in no case be inhuman, cruel or dangerous to the health of prisoners of war.
The duration of one punishment should never exceed 30 days. In the event of a disciplinary misconduct, the terms of the pre-trial detention served before the hearing of the case or until the disciplinary sanction is imposed will be counted against the term of the sentence imposed on the prisoner of war.
The maximum thirty days stipulated above may not be increased even if the prisoner of war must be simultaneously disciplined for a number of misdemeanors at the time of the decision on punishment, regardless of whether these misdemeanors are related or not.
No more than a month should elapse from the moment the decision to impose a disciplinary sanction is made and until its execution.
If a new disciplinary sanction is imposed on a prisoner of war, then at least three days must elapse between the execution of each of the punishments if the duration of one of the punishments reaches ten or more days.
The escape of a prisoner of war is considered successful in those cases when:
1) he joined the armed forces of the power for which he is listed, or an allied power;
2) he has left territory under the authority of the captive power or its ally;
3) he was caught on a ship flying the flag of the Power for which he is listed, or the Allied Power and located in the territorial waters of the Detaining Power, provided that the ship is not under the control of that Power.
Prisoners of war who, after a successful escape, within the meaning of this article, are again taken prisoner, shall not be subject to any punishment for escape.
A prisoner of war who tries to escape or is caught before the successful completion of the escape, in the sense of Article 91, is subject for this offense only to disciplinary sanctions, even in the event of a relapse.
A newly captured prisoner of war must be handed over without delay to the appropriate military authorities.
By derogation from Article 88, paragraph four, prisoners of war who are punished for a failed escape may be placed under special supervision, provided, however, that such supervision does not affect their state of health, that it will be carried out in a prisoner of war camp and that he will not entail the elimination of any of the guarantees afforded to them by this Convention.
Escaping or attempting to escape, even in the event of a relapse, should not be regarded as aggravating circumstances when a prisoner of war is brought to justice for an offense committed while escaping or attempting to escape.
In accordance with the principle set out in article 83, crimes committed by prisoners of war with the sole purpose of facilitating their escape and not accompanied by any violent acts against life and health, such as crimes against public property, theft without intent to enrich themselves, manufacture or the use of false documents, wearing civilian clothes, will only entail disciplinary action.
Prisoners of war who were accomplices in the escape or attempts to escape will only be subject to disciplinary action.
A prisoner of war who has escaped but is caught must be notified to the power for which he is listed, in the manner provided for in Article 122, if his escape was previously reported.
Prisoners of war accused of disciplinary offenses shall be held in pretrial detention pending sentencing only if members of the holding power’s armed forces are subject to the same pretrial detention for similar offenses, or if such detention is necessary in the interests of maintaining order and discipline in camp.
For all prisoners of war, the period of preliminary detention in the event of a disciplinary offense will be reduced to a minimum and will not exceed 14 days.
The provisions of Articles 97 and 98 of this Chapter apply to prisoners of war who have been pre-trial detention for a disciplinary offense.
Acts constituting misconduct must be investigated immediately.
Except in cases falling within the competence of the judiciary and the highest military authorities, disciplinary sanctions may only be imposed by an officer with disciplinary authority in the capacity of the camp commander or by the officer in charge who replaces him or to whom he has delegated his disciplinary authority.
In no case can such powers be transferred to a prisoner of war and the latter cannot exercise them.
Before any disciplinary action is imposed, the prisoner of war will be told the exact misconduct he is accused of and given the opportunity to explain his behavior and defend himself.He will be allowed, in particular, to call witnesses and, if necessary, resort to the services of a qualified interpreter. The decision must be announced to the accused prisoner of war and to the confidant.
The camp director must maintain a register of disciplinary actions imposed. This register will be made available to representatives of the Protecting Power for review.
Under no circumstances can prisoners of war be transferred to serve disciplinary sanctions in correctional institutions (prison, correctional institutions, convict prisons, etc.).
All premises for serving disciplinary sanctions must meet the hygiene requirements provided for in article 25. Prisoners of war serving sentences must, in accordance with article 29, be able to keep themselves clean.
Officers and those equated with them should not be kept in confinement in the same premises with non-commissioned officers or privates.
Women prisoners of war serving disciplinary measures will be held in premises separate from male prisoners of war and will be under the direct supervision of women.
Prisoners of war subjected to disciplinary action in the form of arrest will continue to benefit from the provisions of this Convention, except those which are inapplicable in connection with the said arrest. They may not in any way be deprived of the rights provided for in Articles 78 and 126.
Prisoners of war subjected to disciplinary sanctions may not be deprived of the privileges conferred on their rank.
Prisoners of war subjected to disciplinary sanctions will have the opportunity to exercise daily and stay in the open air for at least two hours.
They will be allowed, upon request, to appear for a daily medical check-up. They will receive the medical care they need for health reasons, and if necessary, they will be placed in a camp infirmary or hospital.
They will be allowed to read and write, and to send and receive letters. However, the delivery of parcels and money transfers to them may be postponed until the sentence is served. These will be handed over for this time to an authorized person who will transfer perishable food items in the parcels to the infirmary.
No prisoner of war may be tried or convicted of an offense that is not punishable under the law of the Detaining Power or under international law in force at the time the offense was committed.
No moral or physical pressure may be exerted on a prisoner of war in order to force him to plead guilty to the offense of which he is accused.
No prisoner of war can be convicted if he did not have the opportunity to defend himself and if he was not provided with a qualified defense lawyer.
As soon as possible, prisoners of war and Protecting Powers shall be notified of offenses punishable by death under the laws of the Detaining Power.
Subsequently, the death penalty may not be imposed for any other offense without the consent of the Power for which the prisoners of war are listed.
The death sentence may be imposed on a prisoner of war only if, in accordance with Article 87, paragraph two, the attention of the court has been drawn to the fact that, since the accused is not a citizen of the Detaining Power, he is not bound by a duty of loyalty to relationship to her and that he is in her power due to circumstances beyond his control.
If a prisoner of war is sentenced to death, the sentence shall be carried out no earlier than six months after the date on which the Protecting Power received the detailed communication provided for in article 107 at the address indicated.
A prisoner of war sentence will only be lawful if it is rendered by the same courts and in the same manner as those established for persons belonging to the armed forces of the Detaining Power, and, in addition, subject to the provisions of this chapters.
Any judicial investigation against a prisoner of war must be carried out as quickly as the circumstances permit, and in such a way that the trial begins as soon as possible.No prisoner of war shall be held in pre-trial detention, unless the same measure applies to members of the holding power’s armed forces for similar offenses and the interests of national security so require. In no case should this conclusion exceed three months. The period of pre-trial detention of a prisoner of war must be counted in the period of imprisonment to which he will be sentenced, and will be taken into account in determining the punishment.
Prisoners of war in pretrial detention will continue to benefit from the provisions of Articles 97 and 98 of this Chapter.
Whenever the Detaining Power initiates proceedings against a prisoner of war, it shall notify the Protecting Power as soon as possible, but no later than three weeks before the commencement of the trial. The three-week period begins upon receipt of this notice by the Protecting Power at the address previously indicated to the Detaining Power.
This notice must contain the following data:
1) the surname and first name of the prisoner of war, his rank, his personal number, his date of birth, his profession, if any;
2) place of internment or confinement;
3) a detailed statement of the charge or charges, indicating the applicable articles of the law;
4) the name of the court that will hear the case, and an indication of the planned place and date of the commencement of the hearing of the case.
The same notification is sent by the Detaining Power to the POW’s confidant.
If at the beginning of the hearing of the case there is no evidence that the Protecting Power, the prisoner of war and the proxy concerned received the above notification at least three weeks before the start of the hearing, the latter cannot take place and must be postponed.
A prisoner of war is given the right to use the help of one of his comrades from among the prisoners, to have a qualified lawyer of his choice, to demand the summons of witnesses to the court and, if he considers it necessary, to resort to the services of a competent interpreter.He shall be notified of this right in advance of the hearing by the Detaining Power.
If a prisoner of war does not choose a defender for himself, the Protecting Power will provide him with one, having a period of at least a week for this. At the request of the Protecting Power, the Detaining Power will provide it with a list of qualified persons able to provide protection. In the event that neither the prisoner of war nor the Protecting Power chooses a defense lawyer, the Detaining Power will formally appoint a qualified lawyer to defend the accused.
The defender will have at his disposal at least two weeks before the start of the hearing to prepare for the defense of the accused, as well as all the necessary facilities for this, in particular, he will have the right to freely visit the accused and talk to him without witnesses. He may also confer with any witnesses for the defense, including prisoners of war. He will have such opportunities until the expiry of the time limit for appealing the sentence.
For a sufficiently long time before the opening day of the court session, the accused prisoner of war will receive an indictment set out in a language he understands, as well as documents usually communicated to the accused, in accordance with the laws in force in the armed forces of the holding power.Similar documents under the same circumstances must be handed over to his defense counsel.
Representatives of the Protecting Power will have the right to be present at court hearings, unless, as an exception, they must be held behind closed doors in the interests of national security. In such cases, the Detaining Power shall warn the Protecting Power of this.
Every prisoner of war shall have the same right to appeal or cassation against any sentence passed on him or to ask for a reopening of a case as persons belonging to the armed forces of the Detaining Power.He must be fully informed of his right to appeal and the time frame during which he can do so.
Any sentence imposed on a prisoner of war shall be immediately brought to the attention of the Protecting Power in the form of a short message, which also indicates whether the prisoner of war has the right to appeal or cassation or to request a reopening of the case. The same message will be sent to the appropriate proxy.It will likewise be handed over to the prisoner of war in a language which he understands if the sentence was passed in his absence. In addition, the Detaining Power will immediately inform the Protecting Power of the POW’s decision to exercise or not exercise his rights of appeal.
In addition, in the event that the sentence has entered into legal force and in the case of a death sentence imposed in a court of first instance, the Detaining Power will send a detailed notice to the Protecting Power as soon as possible, containing:
1) the exact text of the judgment;
2) a short report on the preliminary investigation and on the trial, in which the moments of the accusation and defense will be especially highlighted;
3) an indication, where appropriate, of the place where the punishment will be carried out.
The messages provided for in the preceding paragraphs shall be sent to the Protecting Power at the address previously indicated by it to the Detaining Power.
Prisoners of war will serve the sentences that will be imposed on them by sentences that have entered into legal force, in the same institutions and under the same conditions as members of the armed forces of the detaining power. These conditions must, in any case, meet the requirements of hygiene and humanity.
A female prisoner of war who has been sentenced in this way is to be kept in a separate room and supervised by female personnel.
In any event, prisoners of war sentenced to imprisonment shall remain protected by the provisions of Articles 78 and 126 of this Convention. In addition, they will be allowed to receive and send correspondence, receive at least one parcel per month, and regularly walk in the open air; they will also receive the medical care they need for their health and the spiritual help they desire.The penalties that may be imposed on them must comply with the provisions of Article 87, paragraph three.
Source: Human Rights: Compilation of International Instruments, Volume I (Part Two): Universal Treaties / Geneva, 1994
How to get a child to a children’s camp. In Orange
Gathering for a children’s camp is like solving a difficult math problem.
- What things will be enough?
- How to pack everything you need in a small travel bag?
- What the child can do without, and what will he just need during the rest?
Knowledge and logic will help us answer these difficult questions.
Everything here, of course, depends on the duration of the shift, the time of year and the region where the child goes to rest.
Nevertheless, jacket (warm winter or light summer) is always needed! The weather is a wayward young lady, so even in the hottest country she can bring surprises. It is best to choose a waterproof jacket and MANDATORY with a hood . In case of unforeseen rain or loss of a hat (a very common occurrence), the hood will be able to somehow protect against bad weather.
In the cold season, pairs of waterproof warm trousers are useful for walking and playing outdoors.
The minimum quantity of all other clothing is one piece: trousers / jeans, skirt, warm jacket, long-sleeved T-shirt, short-sleeved T-shirt, dress / sundress, shorts. However, you should always remember that active games on the street and clean clothes are not compatible phenomena. Therefore, ideally, a child should have 2-3 changes of each item of clothing in order to ensure the opportunity to give something to the wash.
Age and skills of independence play a big role here.
Washed socks , panties and small items in the large camp laundry can be lost forever. And not all children are accustomed to self-washing.
In this regard, a stock of underwear at the rate of 1 pair for 1-2 days is an ideal option.
In addition, I advise you to bring your child with you a special zippered mesh . It won’t take up much space in your suitcase, but it will increase the likelihood that all socks from the laundry (if you did have to use it) will return with their pair.
Don’t forget the sleepwear . Let it be cozy pajamas with your favorite hero, or just a separate T-shirt or T-shirt.
Before leaving for the health camp, you must make sure that the child remembers that dirty and clean linen should be stored in separate bags!
Outdoor and indoor shoes is a mandatory minimum.
In summer, sneakers (for sports and active games) and sandals / sandals for quiet walks will be enough on the street.
In cold and rainy weather, make sure your baby’s shoes are warm and 100% waterproof or ultra-fast-drying. Otherwise, you will have to bring 2 pairs of outdoor shoes with you.
Don’t forget the rubber shower slippers (and beach).Otherwise, the child will try to go to the shower in fluffy slippers or sneakers.
A child’s headgear should be with him during any holidays. In summer – for protection from the sun, in winter – from bad weather and colds. It is very important here that the child himself likes him. Otherwise, dozens of reasons will be invented not to wear it, up to “accidental” loss.
In cold weather, a scarf and mittens / gloves are also needed.The latter are better with a margin.
Discos and festive events are an integral part of the program of any children’s camp. Let the child have the opportunity to show off a little or feel the atmosphere of the holiday.
Personal hygiene products
Standard set – toothbrush and toothpaste, comb, soap or shower gel, shampoo, washcloth (quick-drying), toilet paper roll .All supplements depend on your child’s habits and needs.
Many camps for children provide their towels , so there is no need to take it with you (this question can be clarified when purchasing a voucher). If this is not practiced in the camp, it is better to give at least 3 towels: a large bath and 2 smaller ones for the face and legs.
Medicines are a delicate thing. With you, the child can only be given medicines of vital importance (for example, in the case of asthma).
It is better to give all other medicines to counselors or doctors who will monitor the timely intake and limit other children from free access to medicines.
It is also better to keep with the counselors. They will most likely be able to control the child’s expenses, as well as prevent such an unpleasant thing as loss or loss.
The main question that always arises before parents is “How much money to give with you?”
Everything is also individual here.If the trip includes additional paid excursions, then decide with the child in advance where he would like to go, and issue a certain amount. Plus souvenirs.
If there is a cafe on the territory of the children’s camp or trips to a nearby store are planned, give out an amount sufficient to buy a small amount of your favorite treats.
In general, for many children, the very fact of having money is important, rather than their amount. Let the child have enough money to buy something, while the amount of money should not cause strong envy of other children.This can lead to unpleasant consequences.
When deciding whether to give any equipment to a child in the camp, remember two things:
- The camp staff is not responsible for the loss of valuables.
- Game consoles, players, telephones, etc. most often they replace the child with live communication with children and interfere with him in the classroom, during games or at night.
Most children are accustomed to a certain type of leisure: individual computer games, social networks, listening to music.The camp provides them with the opportunity to participate in completely different processes, which involve live interaction, building relationships “here and now.” Unfortunately, access to familiar phones or game consoles is distracting and addictive to the child. And the teacher’s attempt to switch his attention to what is happening around causes only irritation and anger.
In any case, the decision remains with the parents.
In addition, you can give your child a favorite toy, book, sketchbook, pens with you.In general, something that will allow him from the first days to feel more or less comfortable in new conditions, and also give him the opportunity to realize his hobbies, if any.
It is good if the child has his own cup with a handle (made of non-heating material).
Knives, scissors, gas cartridges, toys, or objects with sharp iron edges are dangerous and highly undesirable.
And finally, a couple of tips
When packing your suitcase, do not forget to show your child that is located.Upon arrival at the camp, children do not always know what they have with them and how their things look like if their parents pack their suitcase themselves.
And if possible – sign the child’s things . Then there is a high probability that your “loss” will return to you.
Fedorova Alena, Head of Tourism Department, Orange Language Center90,000 Defector on North Korea: The regime lives on terror, drugs and weapons
- Laura Beeker
- BBC, Seoul
Kim Kook Song has reached top positions in 30 years in the DPRK special services
Kim Kuk Sung’s habit of secrecy is deep in his blood.It took several weeks to arrange an interview with North Korea’s most senior defector. The former colonel immediately asked who had come with me, and never took off his glasses in front of the TV camera. Only two people on our team knew his real name.
Kim Kuk Sung has lived the last 30 years in an atmosphere of deep secrecy, working for North Korean intelligence – “the eyes, ears and brain of the Supreme Leader,” as he calls it.
He says that he guarded the secrets of the regime, sent assassins to its critics and set up a drug laboratory to raise money “for the cause of the revolution.”
And so the former senior colonel [military rank in China, Vietnam and the DPRK, as well as in Argentina and Morocco] decided to tell his story to the BBC. This is the first time in history that a senior North Korean military man has been interviewed by a leading media outlet.
I was “redder”, he says about himself. Loyal servant of the communist government.
But in the DPRK, neither high rank nor unconditional loyalty to the authorities guarantee security.
Kim Kook Sung – let’s call him that – fled in 2014 to save his life, and has since lived in Seoul, where he collaborates with South Korean intelligence.
According to him, the North Korean elite is desperate for money and makes money in all ways – from drug trafficking to arms sales to the Middle East and Africa.
He also talked about how decisions are made in Pyongyang, about the regime’s attacks on South Korea, and how North Korean undercover espionage and hacking have infiltrated all over the world.
The BBC cannot independently verify his words, but we know his real name and, where possible, we have found confirmation of it from other sources.
We contacted the DPRK embassy in London and its mission to the United Nations in New York for comments, but received no response.
In the last years of his service, Kim Kuk Sung watched from the inside the early stages of Kim Jong-un’s formation as head of the DPRK. According to him, the young man always tried to show himself as a “warrior”.
In 2009, just after the father of the current leader, Kim Jong-il, suffered a stroke and Kim Jong-un became his recognized successor, a new special service was created – the General Intelligence Bureau.Kim Yong Chol was appointed its chief, and to this day remains one of the most trusted people in the ruling family.
The former colonel said that in May 2009, an order came from above to create a group of liquidators to secretly assassinate government official Hwang Zhang Yep who had fled to the South.
According to him, the heir tried to demonstrate his determination and make a gift to his sick father. “I personally oversaw this assignment,” he said.
Photo author, ReutersPhoto caption,
The late Kim Jong Il (left) and his heir Kim Jong Un
Hwang Jang Yep was once the architect of all DPRK politics and one of the first persons in the state.The Kim family never forgave him for his escape in 1997. While living in Seoul, he sharply criticized the North Korean regime.
The attempt failed. The two North Korean majors to whom it was entrusted are still serving sentences in a South Korean prison. Official Pyongyang always claimed that it had nothing to do with it, and called the incident a South Korean provocation.
Kim Kook Sung now confirms that his former bosses were behind the assassination attempt.
“Terrorism has been and remains in North Korea an instrument of politics and the protection of the highest dignity of Kim Jong Il and Kim Jong Un,” he says.
Further – more. On March 26, 2010, the South Korean Navy corvette Cheonan was sunk in the Yellow Sea by a torpedo, killing 46 sailors. Pyongyang said it had nothing to do with this.
On November 23 of the same year, several dozen artillery shells hit the South Korean island of Yongpyeong. Two Marines and two civilians were killed, 16 soldiers and three civilians were injured.
In this case, it was impossible to hide the involvement of the DPRK, but disputes about who exactly gave the order continues to this day.
According to Kim Kuk Sung, he was not directly involved in these matters, but the staff of the General Bureau were proud of them and bragged about them.
Such things could not have happened without sanction from the very top, he is sure.
“In North Korea, one cannot even build a road without the personal approval of the Supreme Leader. And the sinking of the Cheonan and the shelling of Yongpyeong are definitely not the decisions that any of the subordinates could have taken. Such operations are planned and carried out only by special order of Kim. Jong-un and are viewed as an accomplishment of performers, “said the high-ranking defector.
Spy in the Blue House
According to Kim Kuk Sung, he was involved in developing a strategy towards South Korea, the goal of which was defined as “political subordination.”
Naturally, this implied the need to have eyes and ears there.
“In many cases I sent spies to the South and carried out certain operations through them,” our interlocutor stated.
He did not elaborate on the nature of these assignments, but gave one impressive example.
“In the early 1990s, there was a case where a North Korean agent infiltrated the Blue House [residence and office of the President of South Korea], worked there for five or six years, and then returned safely and got a position in the 314th Liaison Office of the Labor Party. Korea [codename for the computer intelligence unit], “he said.
“I can assure you that North Korean agents have infiltrated South Korean government institutions and civil society organizations extensively,” he said.
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Supreme Leader of the DPRK Kim Jong-un. According to Kim Kuk Sung, all the money in the country is his property.
The BBC has no way of verifying this claim, but I have seen exposed North Korean spies, and the founder of North Korea News, Chad O’Carroll, recently wrote that there are dozens of them in South Korean prisons.
According to North Korea News, they continue to be arrested periodically.Another agent, sent from the North, was recently detained. But since 2017, there have been fewer such cases. It is likely that North Korean intelligence has partially switched to high-tech methods of gathering information.
Army of hackers
The DPRK is one of the poorest and isolated countries from the world, but previous defectors assured that Pyongyang was not stingy in creating an entire army of about 6 thousand skilled hackers.
According to Kim Kuk Sung, the father of the current ruler, Kim Jong Il, gave the order back in the 1980s to start training personnel and “prepare for cyber war.”
“Moranbong University has begun to recruit the brightest young people from all over the country and train them for six years,” he says.
According to British intelligence analysts, the sensational computer attacks on Sony Pictures in 2014 and on the National Health Service and other organizations of the United Kingdom in 2017 were carried out by North Korean hackers known as the “Lazarus Group”, which was directed by the 314th office.
“Between ourselves, we called it ‘Kim Jong-un’s information center,'” said Kim Kuk Sung, adding that the head of the conspiracy department has a direct telephone line with the Supreme Leader.
“I heard that the employees of the 314th office, in addition to the territory of the DPRK, work from China, Russia and the countries of Southeast Asia. Their duties also include maintaining and ensuring the security of communication with North Korean overseas agents,” he said.
Methamphetamine for dollars
Then Kim Kuk Sung was instructed to create a secret monetary “revolutionary fund” through the sale of drugs.
“North Korea’s drug production peaked during the” hard march “period.Having received the assignment, I brought three foreign specialists to the country and with their help set up a laboratory for the manufacture of methamphetamine on the territory of the training camp, code-named “715th Liaison Office”. The dollars earned were considered a personal gift to Kim Jong-un, “he told us.
The story looks believable. North Korea has a long history of heroin and opium production. The Freedom Forum in Oslo, in his country, drug exports are organized by the state.
I ask Kim Kuk Sung, where did the proceeds go? Did the common people get it?
“To make it clear, all the money in North Korea belongs to the Supreme Leader,” the former intelligence officer replied. “He uses it to build villas, buy overseas cars, delicacies, clothes and luxury goods.”
According to various sources, during the years of the “difficult campaign” in the DPRK, from several thousand to a million people died of starvation.
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North Korean woman gathering grass for food (photo taken in North Hamjon province in May 2010)
Another source of income, according to Kim, was illegal sale of weapons to Iran.
“These were primarily mini-submarines and special-purpose submarines. North Korea has made great strides in creating them,” he said.
Here my interlocutor may have exaggerated, since North Korean submarines are equipped with old noisy engines.
However, he argued that the trade was very successful. One North Korean intelligence official in Iran boasted to him that he was negotiating with partners in his basin, he said.
One of the world’s leading experts on North Korea, Russian professor Andrei Lankov, who works at Seoul Kunming University, notes that arms deals between North Korea and Iran have not been a special secret since the 1980s, including even the supply of ballistic missiles to Tehran.
Despite strict international sanctions, Pyongyang continues to develop weapons of mass destruction. In September of this year, he tested four systems: a long-range cruise missile, a rail-based ballistic missile, a hypersonic missile, and an anti-aircraft missile.North Korean military technology is becoming more sophisticated.
According to Kim Kuk Son, Pyongyang sold weapons and military technology not only to Iran, but also to other states under sanctions or where there were protracted civil wars. In recent years, the UN has named Syria, Myanmar, Libya and Sudan in this context.
Resentment of a faithful servant
In his homeland, Kim Kook Son belonged to a privileged elite, used a Mercedes that belonged to Kim Jong-un’s aunt, and traveled abroad without any restrictions, selling rare metals and coal and bringing cash in his suitcase.
By the standards of a country where millions are undernourished, he led a fabulous existence.
The connections in the highest circles, acquired by him through a successful marriage, allowed him to move with a promotion from one special service to another. But these same connections once became dangerous.
Shortly after coming to power in 2011, Kim Jong-un decided to get rid of everyone he considered dangerous, including his uncle Jang Song-Taek, who, according to experts, actually ruled the country during the last years of Kim Jong-il’s life.The state media mentioned him more often than the heir.
“I felt that Jang Sung Taek would not last long, but I thought that he would be sent to the village,” says Kim Kook Sung.
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Statues of the grandfather and father of the current Supreme Leader, Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il, and the people bowing before them (February 2021)
Unexpectedly for everyone, the execution was announced in December yesterday as yet an omnipotent ruler.
“To say that I was amazed is to say nothing,” said Kim Kook Sung.- It was a fatal blow, I was horrified. It became clear that I was in danger and that North Korea had turned into a place where it was impossible to live. ” his family.
“Leaving the country where my ancestors were buried and moving to South Korea, which has always remained a stranger to me, was a great grief and stress,” he says.
Even through his dark glasses I could see that it was hard for him this memory is given.
“Not one hundredth of a percent”
We met several times and spent many hours together. I asked why he decided to speak now.
“This is my last duty,” he replied. “I want to help my brothers in the North get rid of the dictatorship and taste freedom.”
More than 30 thousand North Korean defectors live in South Korea, but only a few dare to speak to the media. The higher a person was in a previous life, the greater the risk.
In addition, some South Koreans have doubts about their stories, which cannot be verified.
Kim Kook Sung lived an extraordinary life. Its history offers a rare insight into the North Korean regime and how it ensures its survival.
“The entire political culture of North Korea, their judgments about everything, their way of thinking are entirely based on unconditional obedience to the Supreme Leader,” he says. “Over the generations, what is called a” devoted heart “is developed there.
Our interview took place at a remarkable moment. Kim Jong-un said that he was ready to return to negotiations with the South in the near future if certain conditions were met.
Noh Kim Kook Sung is skeptical.
“In the years that I have lived here, North Korea has not changed at all,” he says.
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MOSCOW, October 14 – RIA Novosti, Anna Nekhaeva. The “Man of God” with Petrov and Rourke, which won the Audience Award at the Moscow International Film Festival, is being released. In addition, in the movie – the drama “Gone” with McAvoy, entirely built on improvisation. And also the festival “Gerda” and “Eiffel” about the famous tower. About the most interesting premieres of the week – in the material of RIA Novosti. A drama about faith and forgiveness Alexander Petrov starred with Mickey Rourke in the film “Man of God” – about one of the deeply revered Greek saints Nectarios of Aegins.Elena Popovich’s painting tells about the life of a miracle worker, in which there were persecutions, trials, but also faith and goodness. The film is about how Nectarius rebelled against the conservatism of his time, founding the first female Holy Trinity Monastery on the island of Aegina. The role of the miracle worker was played by the famous Greek actor Aris Servetalis. According to him, he studied the biography, writings, letters of the saint and was impressed that difficulties did not break Nektarios, but only strengthened his faith in God. Petrov played Kostas, the saint’s helper.”I trust my intuition – I immediately understand whether the role is right for me or not. Here I immediately felt: this is for me. The first job in English is a completely new experience. The story of my hero influenced me greatly. Thanks to her, I found answers to some questions. , which he often asked himself, “- says the actor. Mickey Rourke reincarnated as a paralyzed man, who is helped by a miracle worker in the last minutes of his life. According to the director, after reading the script, Rourke contacted her himself and admitted that he knew and understood how to work with this material.The film was presented at the Moscow International Film Festival-2021, and it received the Audience Award. Actor’s Improvisation In the new film “Gone,” James McAvoy searches for a missing child in the scenery of Scottish landscapes. His character Edmond, during a business trip, learns that his seven-year-old son has disappeared from a children’s camp. The investigation is conducted slowly and as if without enthusiasm, and then the inspector (played by the colorful Gary Lewis, known for “Outlander” or “Gangs of New York”) is removed from the case. Then Edmond decides to start the search himself, but there are many versions, but no leads.Gone is an English-language remake of the 2017 French film My Son. Both paintings were created in an interesting way of the so-called organized improvisation. The essence of the method is that the plot and script are concealed from the leading actor. That is, before filming, McAvoy knew only that he was playing a man whose son was missing. And throughout the work he constantly improvised. In other words, his Edmond’s behavior is a real-time reaction. “I really had no idea what kind of movie I was going to be shooting in: would it be related to the criminal schemes behind the lost children cases; or maybe we would find ourselves in a world of bureaucracy, offices, negotiations and appeals.Or we will go to the other extreme – as in the movie “Hostage” with Liam Neeson. As a result, it turned out that “Gone Gone” is most like a thriller “, – says McAvoy. This approach creates a sense of reality of what is happening – the viewer is kept in suspense almost from the very beginning of the film. Events unfold at a rapid pace. Add dynamics to the dramatic scenes with Edmond and his ex-wife Joan (Claire Foy). The film is shot with a Scottish flavor: mountain landscapes, foggy forests and swamps, drizzling rain, woolen sweaters and tweed caps.This not only gives the atmosphere a certain coziness, but also allows you to plunge even deeper into the universe of “Gone.” but wants “to civilization”. During the day she is a student, and in the evenings (to make her dream come true) she dances at a local strip club under the pseudonym Gerda. So she tries to provide for herself and her mother, who suffers from sleepwalking. Director Natalya Kudryashova weaves symbolism, references to myths into everyday history and transforms Lera’s world.The darker the reality around, the more strange and magical dreams the heroine sees. The only person who supports the girl is the depressed artist Oleg (Yura Borisov), he is in love with her and suffers. Borisov describes the picture as “an honest movie about the life of Russia outside the Moscow Ring Road.” Model Anastasia Krasovskaya, who played Leroux, made her debut in the film as an actress (in Locarno she was noted for her female role). Kudryashova found her on Instagram, having watched over a thousand applications for the role from non-professional artists. “Lera is a traumatized child, she grew up alone in the family, and when her father left, she had to grow up dramatically,” Krasovskaya describes her character.- Her childish fragility, sincerity attracts men, but among the girls-dancers she becomes an outcast. Lera’s story is that the soul, in spite of everything, strives for light and will always seek it. ” And also “Gerda” is partly a fairy tale, a modern interpretation of the myth about Psyche, which is looking for a way out of the framework and everyday life. The main symbol of Paris About how the landscape of Paris changed at the end of the 19th century, the biographical drama “Eiffel” will tell.Engineer Gustave Eiffel (Romain Duris) is talented and famous. He finished work on a successful project and dreams of building a metro, the road of the future. He is offered to build a tower in the city center for the World’s Fair of 1889, but he refuses. And only after he meets the girl with whom he was once in love, does he change his mind. According to the creators, it was the novel of Gustave and Adrienne that inspired him to create an openwork tower, which became a symbol of Paris and romance. words, although the creators studied the biography of Eiffel and documents related to his life and work.The costume drama has a strong sense of modernism, a bonus – heroes in chic vintage costumes. The role of Adrienne is played by Emma McKay, known from the TV series “Sex Education”, and one of the film references was Damien Chazelle’s film “Man on the Moon”. In Eiffel, this was manifested by long close-ups and the protagonist’s thirst to do something great. In both films, the characters succeeded. In addition, the Eiffel Tower becomes one of the main characters – in the film, the process of its creation is shown with special meticulousness: literally from sketches to construction.The result is a dynamic story about an ambitious and inspiring artist in the setting of 19th century Paris.
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MOSCOW, October 14 – RIA Novosti, Anna Nekhaeva. “Man of God” with Petrov and Rourke, which won the People’s Choice Award at the Moscow International Film Festival, is released. In addition, in the movie – the drama “Gone” with McAvoy, entirely built on improvisation. And also the festival “Gerda” and “Eiffel” about the famous tower. About the most interesting premieres of the week – in the material of RIA Novosti.
Drama about faith and forgiveness
Alexander Petrov starred with Mickey Rourke in the film “The Man of God” – about one of the deeply revered Greek saints Nectarios of Aegins.
The painting by Elena Popovich tells about the life of a miracle worker, in which there were persecutions, trials, but also faith and goodness. The tape is about how Nektarios rebelled against the conservatism of his time, having founded the first female Holy Trinity Monastery on the island of Aegina.
“Some people like me like to read the lives of saints, because this is how you can find comfort in your suffering,” says Popovic. “One of these inspiring stories was the book about Saint Nektarios that fell into my hands in Belgrade.The thought of making a film haunted me for a whole year. “
The role of the wonderworker was played by the famous Greek actor Aris Servetalis. According to him, he studied the biography, writings, letters of the saint and he was impressed that difficulties did not break Nektarios, but only strengthened his faith in God.
Petrov played Kostas, the saint’s helper. “I trust my intuition – I immediately understand whether the role suits me or not. Here I immediately felt: this is for me. The first job in English is a completely new experience.The story of my hero influenced me a lot. Thanks to her, I found answers to some questions that I often asked myself “, – says the actor.© Raketa Release from the movie “Man of God”
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The picture was presented at the Moscow International Film Festival-2021, and it won the Audience Award.
In the new film “Gone,” James McAvoy searches for a missing child in a Scottish landscape.
His character Edmond, during a business trip, learns that his seven-year-old son has disappeared from the children’s camp. The investigation is conducted slowly and as if without enthusiasm, and then the inspector (played by the colorful Gary Lewis, known for “Outlander” or “Gangs of New York”) is removed from the case. Then Edmond decides to start the search himself, but there are many versions, but no leads.
“Gone” is an English-language remake of the 2017 French film “My Son”. Both paintings were created in an interesting way of the so-called organized improvisation. The essence of the method is that the plot and script are concealed from the leading actor. That is, before filming, McAvoy knew only that he was playing a man whose son was missing. And throughout the work he constantly improvised. In other words, his Edmond’s behavior is real-time reactions.
“I really had no idea what kind of movie I was going to be in, whether it would be related to the criminal schemes behind the lost children cases, or maybe we would find ourselves in a world of bureaucracy, offices, negotiations and appeals.Or we will go to the other extreme – as in the movie “Hostage” with Liam Neeson. As a result, it turned out that “Gone Gone” is most like a thriller “, – says McAvoy.
This approach creates a sense of reality of what is happening – the viewer is kept in suspense almost from the very beginning of the picture. Events unfold at a rapid pace. Add dynamics to the dramatic scenes with Edmond and his ex-wife Joan (Claire Foy)
The film is shot with a Scottish flavor: mountain landscapes, foggy forests and swamps, drizzling rain, woolen sweaters and tweed caps.This not only gives the atmosphere a certain coziness, but also allows you to plunge even deeper into the universe of the “Gone”.
The drama “Gerda” won prizes at the Locarno Festival and participated in “Kinotavr”, and is now released in Russia.
The main character Lera lives in the province, but wants “to civilization”. During the day she is a student, and in the evenings (to make her dream come true) she dances at a local strip club under the pseudonym Gerda. So she tries to provide for herself and her mother, who suffers from sleepwalking.
Director Natalya Kudryashova weaves symbolism, references to myths into everyday history and transforms Lera’s world. The darker the reality around, the more strange and magical dreams the heroine sees.
The only person who supports the girl is the depressed artist Oleg (Yura Borisov), he is in love with her and suffers. Borisov describes the picture as “an honest movie about the life of Russia outside the Moscow Ring Road”.
Model Anastasia Krasovskaya, who played Leroux, made her film debut as an actress (in Locarno she was noted for her female role).Kudryashova found her on Instagram, having watched over a thousand applications for the role from non-professional artists.
“ Lera is a traumatized child, she grew up alone in the family, and when her father left, she had to grow up dramatically,” Krasovskaya describes her heroine. “Her childhood fragility and sincerity attract men, but among girls dancers she becomes an outcast Lera’s story is that the soul, in spite of everything, strives for the light and will always seek it. ”
Kudryashova chose a meditative narrative for the film, in which she plays on contrasts: innocent Lera and a strip club, gray high-rise buildings and bright neon scenes.And also “Gerda” is partly a fairy tale, a modern interpretation of the myth of Psyche, which is looking for a way out of the framework and routine.
The main symbol of Paris
The biographical drama “Eiffel” will tell you how the landscape of Paris changed at the end of the 19th century.
Engineer Gustave Eiffel (Romain Duris) – talented and famous. He finished work on a successful project and dreams of building a metro, the road of the future. He is offered to build a tower in the city center for the World’s Fair of 1889, but he refuses.And only after he meets the girl with whom he was once in love, does he change his mind.
“We aimed to combine the genres of epic melodrama and adventure film against the backdrop of the construction of one of the most famous landmarks in the world,” says director Martin Bourboulon.
According to the creators, it was the novel of Gustave and Adrienne that inspired him to create an openwork tower, which became a symbol of Paris and romance.
The picture cannot be called a biopic in the literal sense of the word, although the creators studied the biography of Eiffel and documents related to his life and work.
In the costume drama, the atmosphere of modernism is strongly felt, a bonus – heroes in chic vintage costumes.
The role of Adrienne was played by Emma McKay, known for the TV series “Sex Education”, and one of the references of the film was Damien Chazelle’s film “The Man on the Moon”. In Eiffel, this was manifested by long close-ups and the protagonist’s thirst to do something great.And in that and in the other picture, the characters succeeded.© Volga
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In addition, the Eiffel Tower becomes one of the main characters – the film shows the process of its creation with special meticulousness: literally from sketches to construction.
The result is a dynamic story about an ambitious and inspiring artist in the setting of 19th century Paris.October 10, 08:00 Culture Bayan, matryoshka and even a parrot. How foreigners portray Russians in cinema 90,000 Security checks are being carried out in children’s recreation camps in Primorye ”Vladivostok and Primorsky Krai News
Children’s rest should be bright, unforgettable, but most importantly – safe. In Primorye, the inspection of summer and health camps for children continues.Particular attention to recreational areas with water areas.
Galina Kosyanenko has been working in summer camps for more than one year. I have always taken the selection of counselors seriously; in recent years, many of them have been giving safety lessons. Its staff undergoes thorough training before each arrival of children in the camp.
Galina Kosyanenko, deputy head of the Yung health camp for educational work: “We invite comrades from the Ministry of Emergency Situations who can tell us, show us, and take an exam.On the first day, we always have a drill. We watch how they act and behave in emergency situations. ”
Several hundred children visit the Junga country camp for one shift. Every day they play in the fresh air, walk, exercise. Some of the games take place on the seashore.
There is one strict rule for all children – it is forbidden to approach the water alone. In total, there are 17 water camps in Primorye. Compliance with safety rules on the water is checked in each of them.
Leonid Makovetsky, Chief State Inspector for Small Vessels of the Primorsky Territory: “We always clean the bottom of each reservoir, check the counselors, up to the availability of life jackets. All of this is recorded, and we give an act that allows children to access the water. ”
Despite the high level of safety after the tragedy in Karelia, all children’s camps were unscheduled in Primorye. The raids organized on behalf of the vice-governor of the region, Ilya Kovalev, showed that there were no serious violations.
Anton Vinokurov, assistant to the vice-governor for security and countering extremism: “The security system is built quite competently. I checked the access control as well. And how is the safety of children on the water organized ”.
The region is actively working to identify the so-called spontaneous camps. For the provision of services that do not meet safety requirements, liability can also be criminal.
Ekaterina Olkhovskaya, Senior Assistant to the Prosecutor of the Primorsky Territory: “Depending on the consequences that have occurred, the punishment for this crime varies from a fine to imprisonment for up to 10 years.”
A list of official camps is on the register of the Department of Education. It can be found on the website of the regional administration.
Anna Lichkovakha, entrusted to the governor of Primorye for the rights of the child: “First of all, a parent should see whether this organization is included in this list or not. Only then will we be able to create safe conditions for our children to stay. Indeed, the children will have a rest, and most importantly, they will improve their health. ”
An operational headquarters has also been created in Primorye, whose specialists monitor the situation in the camps online around the clock.Information about any incidents is sent to the Unified Dispatch Office.
Dmitry Kozub, Head of the Situation Center of the Primorsky Territory: “We can always send a signal via traditional communication channels – telegraph and a specialized notification complex P166”.
In the event of an emergency, rescuers will be dispatched to the site immediately. At the same time, in the next two months, inspections in places of children’s recreation will be carried out regularly.
Source: “Vesti: Primorye” [www.vestiprim.ru]90,000 “What is the dream of the camp? If you see a Camp in a dream, what does it mean? ”
Eastern dream book
Why dream of Camp in a dream from a dream book?
A dream in which you see how others camped for the night means: your business partners will turn their backs on you by concluding an agreement with competitors.
If you set up a tent camp – be ready for a radical change in business. A long trip is also possible.
For a young woman, the dream in which she is in the camp means that she is tired of the uncertainty about the date of the wedding.However, she can be calm, the intentions of her lover are really serious. In the future, she will be a happy exemplary hostess.
A married woman’s dream, in which she sees herself in a military camp, warns: her husband’s reputation will suffer greatly, because of which their family happiness will be threatened.
Russian dream book
Camp – fun conversation, fun in the company
Family dream book
Overnight stay in the open air – portends a change in business and a long tiring journey.
Camping – promises rather gloomy prospects.
If a young woman saw herself in the camp, her lover will be in trouble. However, his marriage proposal is worth accepting, he will turn out to be a good husband.
A married woman, seeing herself in a soldier’s camp, should try not to tarnish her husband’s name, otherwise she will have a loud divorce proceedings.
To see the camp means to hear about the war; being in a camp means open persecution by enemies.
Modern dream book
Find out what it means if the Camp is dreaming?
If you dream that you have camped in the fresh air – in real life, expect a change in business. Also be prepared for a long, tiring journey.
Seeing a camp in a dream is a sign that many of your companions will find themselves a new field of activity, and your prospects will become rather gloomy.
If a girl dreams that she is in a camp, in real life she and her lover will have difficulties in determining the wedding day, although later he will turn out to be a good spouse.
If she dreams that she is in a military camp, she will get married as soon as the opportunity presents itself.
For a married woman to see herself in a dream in a military camp – an omen that her husband’s name will be tarnished and her marriage will be in jeopardy.
Dream interpretation 2012
A camp as a resting place with an emphasis on nature – the need to communicate with nature.
With an emphasis on arrangement – a reflection of subconscious dissatisfaction with one’s worldview.
Dream interpretation for lovers
If you dream that you are spending the night in the fresh air, this means that you will meet your future chosen one, but before that you will have to go through a boring journey.
If a girl dreams that she is in a camp, this means that her loved one will be in trouble, however, when they get married, he will show himself as a good and loving husband.
If a young woman sees that she is in a military camp, this means that she will marry the first person who proposes to her.
For a married woman, a dream in which she dreams of a military camp portends the danger of tarnishing her husband’s honor, as a result of which her marriage will fall apart.
Dream interpretation Denise Lynn
Camp – can become your temporary home. It can symbolize your desire to retire in the forests and connect with nature. It may also indicate that you are between two constant life situations and at the moment you feel like a tourist living outside the home.
Dream interpretation for bitches
Camp – business changes are coming.
To see yourself in it – your hesitation will end, and you will decide on marriage.
Military camp – early marriage.
Dream interpretation of birthdays of September, October, November, December
If you dream that you and your friends are camping in tents – get ready for an active vacation.
Dream interpretation of birthdays of May, June, July, August
If you dream that you camped on the bank of a river, and at night many things were carried away by a wave, you do not always make the right decisions.
Dream interpretation of birthdays of January, February, March, April
Pioneer camp – for a carefree, but short life.
Dream interpretation for lovers
If you dream that you are spending the night in the fresh air, this means that you will meet your future chosen one, but before that you will have to go through a boring journey.
If a girl dreams that she is in a camp, this means that her loved one will be in trouble, however, when they get married, he will show himself as a good and loving husband.
If a young woman sees that she is in a military camp, this means that she will marry the first person who proposes to her.
For a married woman, a dream in which she dreams of a military camp portends the danger of tarnishing her husband’s honor, as a result of which her marriage will fall apart.
Miller’s dream book
To dream that you are spending the night outdoors means that you can expect a change in business, but get ready for a long and tiring journey.
Seeing a parking lot, a bivouac means that many of your comrades will move to new places, and your own prospects will be gloomy.
For a young woman, seeing herself in the camp means that her lover will be in trouble until he forces her to name their wedding day. And, in the end, he will turn out to be a good husband.
If she sees herself in a military camp, she will marry at the first opportunity given to her.
For a married woman after a dream, where she sees herself in a soldier’s camp, there is a danger of tarnishing her husband’s name, which will result in a loud divorce proceedings.
Dream interpretation from A to Z
Why see the Camp in a dream?
To dream of a pioneer camp that has left an indelible mark on your memory is a harbinger of meeting with childhood friends or classmates.
Tourist camp – means that a change in business is coming, you have to go on a long journey.
Military Camp – portends gloomy prospects and concern for the fate of their children. For a young girl, such a dream may mean that she will unexpectedly soon marry a freshly baked lieutenant.
Finding yourself in a dream in some kind of enemy camp – your beloved will have trouble, and only an urgent marriage can save the situation.
To dream of Stalin’s or Nazi death camps – to the danger of tarnishing your good name by participating in the trial.
Dream interpretation of Simon Kananit
Camp – possible news of the incident.
Dream interpretation of a modern woman
Seeing yourself in a camp or at a halt in a dream portends a change in business, a long and tiring journey.
Seeing a parking lot or camp means that many of your friends will leave you, moving to new places. Your own prospects are rather bleak.
If a young woman dreams that she is in a military camp, she will marry at the first opportunity. For a married woman, such a dream portends a scandalous divorce proceedings.
Dream interpretation of Fedorovskaya
If you dreamed that you were in a camping camp, misfortune awaits you.
If you dreamed that you were setting up a camping camp yourself, do not expect anything good from life.
If a young woman sees herself in the camp, this means that her lover will soon appoint a wedding day and subsequently become a good husband.
If this is a military camp, she will marry at the first opportunity.
Esoteric dream book
The meaning of sleep: A dream book camp?
Children’s camp – your curiosity will be satisfied.For prisoners to see is an unpleasant, terrible event.
Being in a camp is an inevitable punishment for some action.
Erotic dream book
Seeing a health camp in a dream, living in it – dreams of touching romantic love in an idyllic setting will remain dreams: too many people show interest in your personal life.
To see a prison camp in a dream – a complex of monstrous size gravitates over you, your feelings and innermost desires: you are afraid of someone’s judgments and reproaches.Try not to look into the future too often. Live in the present, enjoy simple human happiness.90,000 Word about Igor’s regiment – Zabolotsky. The full text of the poem – Word about Igor’s regiment
Isn’t it time for us, brothers, to start
Word about Igor’s campaign,
To tell in an old speech
About the deeds of the daring prince?
And to sing to us, brothers, his –
In praise of his labors and wounds –
According to the epics of this time,
Not chasing Boyan with a thought.
That Boyan, full of wondrous powers,
Starting the prophetic melody,
Circled the field like a gray wolf,
Like an eagle, hovered under a cloud,
Thought spread along the tree.
He lived in the thunder of grandfather’s victories,
He knew a lot of feats and fights,
And a herd of swans barely light
He released a dozen falcons.
And, meeting the enemy in the air,
The falcons began reprisals,
And the swan flew up into the clouds
And trumpeted the glory of Yaroslav.
Sang the ancient Kiev throne,
Glorified the old duel,
Where Mstislav Rededya stabbed
Before the entire squad of Kosozh,
And Roman the Red praise
The swan sang, falling into the darkness.
But not ten falcons let
Our Boyan, but remembering the days of the past,
Prophetic fingers he lifted
And laid live ones on the strings –
The strings trembled, trembled,
The princes themselves rumbled glory to the princes.
We have a different idea
This story about the year of troubles
Since the reign of Vladimir
We will bring to Igor’s years
And we will glorify Igor, who,
Straining his mind, full of strength,
Courage has chosen to be his support,
The heart has been sharpened by the spirit of
And he led the shelves of his native land, threatening
Oh Boyan, old nightingale!
Starting the prophetic song,
If you were about the battles of our days
Sang, jumping along the mental tree;
If you, flying up under the clouds,
Our glory with grandfather’s glory
Combined for long centuries,
To glorify the son of Svyatoslav:
If you would rush along the Trayan path
Among the fields rushed and mounds, –
So now would you be sung by you
Igor -Prince, the mighty grandson of Trajanov:
“That is not a storm of falcons carries
Over the wide fields and valleys,
That is not a flock of jackdaws flying
To the Don on great open spaces!”.
Or so sing to you, Boyan,
Grandson Velesov, our military camp:
“Horses laugh for Rip,
Glory rings in Kiev,
Loud trumpets trumpet in Novyegrad,
In Putivl there are abusive banners!”
Prince Igor with a mighty retinue
Mila-brother Vsevolod is waiting.
Bui-tour Vsevolod says: – The only one
You are my brother, my Igor, and a stronghold!
Children of Svyatoslav we are with you,
So saddle the greyhound horses, brother!
And mine have long been ready for battle,
Near Kursk, under the saddle.
– And the kurens are glorious –
Knights are in good order:
Born under the chimneys,
Grew under the shells,
Grew up like warriors,
From the end of the spear fed.
All the ways are known to them,
All the yarugs are known,
Their bows are stretched,
The quivers are open,
Their sabers are sharpened,
The shells are gilded.
They themselves gallop across the field with wolves
And, always ready to fight,
They get with sharp swords
For the Prince – glory, honor – for themselves!
But, looking at the sun that day,
Igor marveled at the light:
In broad daylight, the night shadow
The Russian militia covered.
And, not knowing what fate promises,
the Prince said: – Brothers and retinue!
Better to be killed by swords,
Than at the hands of the filthy ones!
Let us sit, brothers, on dashing horses,
Let us see the blue Don! –
This thought came to the prince’s mind –
To tempt an unknown land,
And he said, full of military thoughts,
Neglecting the banner of heaven:
– I want to break a spear
In an unfamiliar Polovtsian field,
With you, brothers, lay your head down
Or Don scoop up a shell!
Igor the prince enters the golden stirrup,
He leaves the open field.
The sun closed his way with darkness,
Night woke up the birds with a thunderstorm,
The whistle of animals rushes, full of anger,
Calls Divs above him from the top of the tree,
Calls Divs, like a Polovtsian on patrol,
Outside Sula, to Surozh, to Pomorie,
Korsun and the whole district of the Khan,
And you, you blockhead Tmutorokansky!
And they run, having heard about the raid,
Polovtsi through the steppes and yarugs,
And their old carts creak,
They voice like swans in fright.
Igor moves to the Don with shelves,
And trouble rushes after him:
Birds, rising above the oak trees,
Soar with their plaintive cry,
Wolves howl over the ravines,
The cry of eagles comes from the darkness –
Know, Russians are crying to bones
Beast bloodthirsty eagles;
Already a fox on the shield with a scarlet breasts,
A groan and gnash in the darkness of the night …
O Russian land!
You are already over the hill.
The night lasts long. But
was lit by the morning dawns east.
Already the fog has swirled over the field,
The talk of the jackdaws in the grove has awakened,
The nightingale tickling ceased.
Rusichi, closing their shields in rows,
Prepared for a glorious fight,
Mining with sharp swords
For the Prince – glory, honors – for himself.
At dawn, on Friday, in the fogs,
Arrows flew across the field,
Crushed the army of the Polovtsian filthy
And drove off the Polovtsian maidens.
They seized gold without counting,
A pile of aksamites and silks,
Paved the swamps
Yapanchas with red enemies.
A scarlet banner with a white gonfalon,
Bangs and a spear made of silver
He took the brave Svyatoslavich as a reward,
Not wanting other good.
Having chosen a place to sleep in the field
And needing rest for a long time,
The fearless Oleg’s nest sleeps –
It has moved far!
The brave flew far away,
And no one is his master –
Be it a falcon, be it a proud gyrfalcon,
Be it a black raven – half.
And in the steppe, with his wild horde
As a gray wolf, scouring a little light,
Old Gzak runs to the Don great,
And Konchak hurries to follow him.
The night has passed, and the blood dawns
Herald the disaster in the morning.
A cloud is approaching from the sea
On four princely tents.
So that the four suns do not sparkle,
Illuminating Igor’s army,
Thunder will be on Kajala today,
To pour rain and whip arrows!
Blue lightning flutters,
Lightning flashes around.
This is where the Russian spears will break,
This is where the sharp sabers dull,
Rattling against the enemy’s shell!
O Russian land!
You are already over the hill.
Here Stribozh’s grandchildren flew out –
The winds rustled near the river,
And the enemy bows were thrown
A cloud of arrows on the Russian regiments.
Moaning mother earth is damp,
Turbid rivers flow fast,
Dust rushes, covering the field,
Banners splash: Polovtsians are coming!
From the Don, from the sea, with shouts and howling
The enemy is bringing down, but full of military forces,
The Russian camp closed before the battle –
Shit to the shield – and blocked the steppe.
Glorious tour of Vsevolod! With regiments
In the defense you stand firmly,
You will sprinkle arrows, with sharp blades
You sin against battle helmets.
Wherever you ride, tour, shining with a golden helm
Shishaks of the Avar lands with thunder
Fall, broken in half.
And the heads of the filthy ones fly off,
They were chopped up by sabers in battle,
And you, round, grieve over your wounds,
If you do not value your life!
If you are on this battlefield
Forget about the glory of former days,
About the golden throne of Chernigov,
About your desired Glebovna!
There were brothers, the times of Trajan,
Yaroslav’s years passed,
We forgot our great-grandchildren early
Terrible Oleg’s campaigns.
That Oleg forged sedition with a sword,
Making his way to his father’s throne,
Sowing arrows and, preparing for battle,
He entered Tmutorokani with a golden stirrup.
He entered the golden stirrup, preparing for the slaughter,
Vsevolod listened to the ringing far away,
And Vladimir behind his wall
Stopped his ears before the disaster.
And Boris, the son of Vyacheslav,
Zelen-Savan at Kanin’s shore
Granted military glory
For insulting the brave Oleg.
On the same sorrowful Kayala,
Stretching out a stretcher between the packs,
Svyatopolk took his father away in sorrow,
On Ugrian horses he lulled him.
Nicknamed Gorislavich by the people,
Prince Oleg came to Russia like a thief,
Dazhd-god’s grandson was in poverty on a campaign,
The human century in sedition was short-lived.
And our life was no longer rich,
Rarely did oratay go out into the field,
Crows circled over the arable land,
They sat down on the dead with shouts,
Yes jackdaws flew to talk,
Gathering in flocks for dinner …
Many battles in those years sounded,
But such as this never happened.
Already from morning to evening and again –
From evening to morning
The army of the brave prince is beating,
And the mountain of bloody bodies grows.
Day and night over an unfamiliar field
Polovtsian arrows whistle,
Sabers strike the helmets,
Haraluzh spears crackle.
The dead are strewn with bones,
Far from blood, blackened,
The field smoked underfoot,
And ascended with great sorrows
In Russia, that bloody sowing.
What is making noise,
What is ringing there
Far in the darkness, before dawn?
Igor, all wounded, hastens to return
Runaways back to battle.
You Can’t Hold the Enemy Host!
Sorry to lose brother Igor.
A day fought, a day was cut, another,
On the third day by noon, the banners fell,
And my brother parted with his brother
On the bloody river, on Kajala.
The Russians lacked wine,
The squads completed a glorious feast –
They made the matchmakers drunk
Yes, and laid down their heads.
The steppe wilted, full of pity,
And the trees bowed their branches.
And a difficult time came,
The foreign land swallowed up the Russians,
Resentment arose from the kurgans
And entered the land of Traians as a virgin.
She clasped the wings of a swan,
Don and the sea cried out with a cry,
She shook the times of contentment,
Announcing a great calamity.
And the princes do not gather squads,
Do not go to war against the adversary,
Small is called great
And they forge sedition brother against brother.
And the enemies are rushing to Russia in a cloud,
And everywhere disaster and grief.
You are far away, our mighty falcon,
Biy birds, gone to the blue sea!
Igor’s squad will not be resurrected,
Do not rise after a terrible battle!
And Karna appeared and in the rupture
The death cry sent forth, and far away
Jelly darted along the roads,
Shaking with a sparkling horn.
And from the edge, brothers, and to the edge
The Russian wives fell, sobbing:
– We won’t see the dear ones anymore!
Who will wake them up in the battlefield?
We can’t think of them now,
We can’t think of them now,
And we don’t live in a rich mansion,
We don’t ring with silver and gold!
Groans, brothers, Kiev over the mountain,
It was hard for Chernigov to attack,
And sorrow like a plentiful river
Spilled over the Russian villages.
And the Polovtsians are hanging over us,
Tribute is taken from the squirrel from the yard,
And sedition grows between the princes,
And no good is seen from the princes.
Prince Igor and Vsevolod the brave –
Svyatoslav brave sons –
That’s who with the fearless squad
Awaken the filthy for war!
And how long ago, with a mighty hand
For our insults, having repaid,
This evil with a great thunderstorm
Svyatoslav, their father, put them to sleep!
He was formidable in Kiev with enemies
And he did not spare the filthy men –
He frightened them with strong regiments,
He chopped with damask swords
And he stepped on the Steppe.
He and yarugi trampled down the hills,
He disturbed the flow of fast rivers,
Dried up the swampy districts,
He crossed the steppe to the lukomorye.
And that filthy Kobyak
From the iron enemy ranks
He pulled out and fell with a whirlwind – a dog –
In Kiev, near the prince’s towers.
The Venetians, Greeks and Morava
Every day they sing about the Russians,
Prince Svyatoslav is magnified,
Igor the brave is cursed.
And the guest of the German land laughs,
That when there were no more forces,
Igor-Prince in Kayala Polovtsian
Russian riches drowned.
And the rumor about the daring one runs,
As if he, having called evil to Russia,
From the saddle, unfortunate, golden
Moved into Kaschey’s saddle …
The cities fell silent, and again
In Russia, the fun died.
In distant Kiev, on the mountains,
Svyatoslav had a vague dream,
And great fear seized him,
And he gathered the boyars according to the charter.
– From the evening to the present day, –
The prince said, drooping his head, –
On the yew bed I was
Covered with a black shroud.
They scooped me blue wine,
Poisoned bitter potion,
Poured pearls on the canvas
From the quivers of the enemy’s product.
My golden-domed tower stood
Without a horse and, foreshadowing grief,
The gray raven in Plesensk screamed
And flew, rustling, on the blue sea.
And the boyars answered the prince:
– Your mind is confused, prince, from sorrow.
Weren’t your two beloved children
Ascended over the unfamiliar field –
To look for Tmutorokani-grad
Or to scoop the Don with a shell?
Yes, their efforts were in vain.
Laughing at your gray hair,
Polovtsy cut off their wings,
And they themselves entangled in fishing line. –
On the third day the struggle ended
On the bloody river, on Kajala,
And two pillars went out in the sky,
Two luminaries disappeared in the dusk.
Together with them, falling across the sea,
Two beautiful months eclipsed –
Young Oleg and Svyatoslav
They plunged into the darkness of the night.
And the sky closed and went out
White light over the Russian land,
And, like fierce leopards,
The nasty rushed at us with the war.
And Hula was erected on Praise,
And Violence broke free,
Divas spun to the ground, and there was
Night all around and grief was abundance.
The Gothic Virgins live at the edge of the
Sea of Blue.
Playing with Russian gold,
The time of Busovo is being sung.
Revenge is cherished by Sharukanya,
There is no end to their rejoicing …
But us, brothers-squad,
Only troubles are guarded.
And then the great Svyatoslav
Dropped his golden word,
Mixed with tears, saying:
– O sons, I did not expect such an evil!
You ruined your youth,
They attacked the enemy at the wrong time,
Not with great honor in battle
Spilled blood on the earth with the enemy.
Your heart in forged armor
Tempered in an unauthorized rampage.
What have you children done to me
And to my silver gray hair?
Where is my brother, my formidable Yaroslav,
Where are his servants from Chernigov,
Where are the Tatrans, the inhabitants of the oak forests,
Topchaks, Olber and Revugs?
But there was a time – without shields,
Taking knives from the boot,
They went to the hordes of enemies,
To avenge our ashes.
This is where the glory of the great-grandfather’s thunder!
Well you decided to beat it at random:
“We will take our glory by force,
And after it we will share the past.”
Wonderful for an old man – should I look younger?
The old falcon, although weak in appearance,
Will make the birds fly high,
Will not give a nest to anyone in offense.
Yes, the princes do not want to help me,
Little sense in the strength of the brave.
Time has moved back?
After all, under the very Rimov shout
Rusichi under the Polovtsian saber!
And Vladimir in his wounds, a little alive –
Woe to the prince in the battle!
Great Prince Vsevolod! How long will we endure great torments
Aren’t you on the throne of Suzdal
About the throne to please the father?
You will splash the Volga with oars,
You will scoop the Don with a helm,
From living bows you swing arrows,
Surrounded by the sons of Gleb.
If you had brought rati to the rescue,
To keep the enemy out of your hands, –
They sold girls by foot,
And slaves – by cutting them in a circle.
You, princes Bui-Rurik and David!
Your military thunders have ceased.
Didn’t yours swim in blood
And not your brave regiments
Roar like rounds, dying
From a red-hot saber, from the hand of
Warrior of an unknown land?
Stand up, sovereigns, in the golden stirrup
For an insult on this dark day,
For the Russian land,
For Igor’s wounds –
For the dashing son of Svyatoslavich!
Yaroslav, Prince of Galician! Your city
Stands high under the clouds.
You saddled the peaks of the Carpathians
And supported with iron shelves.
On your throne with gold
You, prince, decide eight things at once,
And the people call you around
Osmomysl – for great reason.
Having locked the door of the Danube with a key,
Interceding the road for the King,
You mark Bremen above the clouds,
Judge you as far as the Danube.
Your power has flowed through the lands,
You enter the boundaries of Kiev,
And into saltans from the father’s table
You shoot princely arrows.
So shoot Konchak, sovereign,
Hit the enemy from the distant mountains –
For the Russian land,
For Igor’s wounds –
The bold son of Svyatoslavich!
You, princes Mstislav and Bui-Roman!
Your mind rushes to the achievement of a living thought.
And you rush to the enemy camp,
As a falcon spreading through the fog,
A bird in a riot to overcome wanting.
The prince’s chest is all in iron,
Latin shines with a golden silk,
And wherever your path lies,
The whole earth trembles from weight.
You beat Khinov and Lithuania;
Deremela, Cumans, Yatvyags,
Throwing spears, fell on the grass
And bowed the violent head
Under damask swords and banners.
But the former glory is no longer with us.
The clear light of the sun does not shine for Igor.
Not for good the tree dropped its leaves:
The rotten army divided the city.
According to Sule, according to Ros, there is no enemy.
Igor’s brave regiment will not be resurrected!
Don is calling us, prince, calling you and me!
The brave Olgovichi alone entered the battle.
Prince Ingvar, Prince Vsevolod! And you
We call for a long march,
We have three Mstislavichs,
Six-winged princely family!
Aren’t you in an honest battle?
Cities and townships got out?
Where is your fatherly shell,
Faithful shield, a spear made of Lyash steel?
To lock the gates of the Field,
It’s time for your arrows to ring
For the Russian land,
For Igor’s wounds –
For the bold son of Svyatoslavich!
It does not flow like a silver stream
To Pereyaslavl, the city of Sula.
Already the Dvina behind the Polotsk wall
Under the clicks of the nasty in the swamp flowed away.
But Izyaslav, son of Vasilkov, with swords
I called the Lithuanian helmets,
Alone with his brave regiments
cut down the glory of Vseslav the grandfather.
And he himself, chopped down with a red-hot saber,
In a foreign land, among the bloody grasses,
Burned with seething blood in battle,
Fell on a scarlet shield, groaning:
Forest animals licked the blood on the young body, leaving their dens.-
And at the hour of death to help the brave husband
None of the brothers rushed into battle.
Alone in the steppe his pearl soul
From the brave he shed his body.
Through gold, brothers, necklace
She left, leaving her shelter.
The songs are sad, the fun stopped,
Only the Gorodensky trumpets are singing …
Yaroslav and Vseslav’s great-grandsons!
Bow down the banners! Drop the sword!
You jumped out of the ancient glory,
Kohl decided to neglect honor.
It is you by strife and turmoil
You brought filthy people to Russia,
And since then we have not lived from the fierce
Polovtsian cursed land!
It was the seventh century of the Trojans.
The mighty Prince of Polotsk Vseslav
He cast a lot, looking into the future,
Thinking about his beloved.
Contemplating a new sedition,
He found support in Kiev
And rushed to the ancient throne,
And hit the throne with a spear.
But the old princely tower did not flinch,
And Vseslav, hanging in the blue haze,
Jumped out of Belgorod like a beast –
Not a tenant on the Kiev land.
And, ringing with axes for glory,
Opened the doors of Novgorod,
And he broke the glory of Yaroslav,
And from Dudutok through the oak forest
He slipped like a wolf to Nemiga.
And on the river, brothers, on Nemiga
They do not give the princes honor in offense –
Day and night they lay sheaves on the barn,
They do not lay sheaves, but put their heads.
Not with a flail – with his damask sword
In that land the farmer threshes,
And he lays his life on the battlefield,
Blows the soul from the bloody bodies.
The banks of the Nemiga of that damned
Blackened from bloody grasses –
I did not sow them with good,
And with Russian bones – Vseslav.
That Vseslav judged people by court,
Vseslav divided the cities of the princes,
Himself wandered like an animal all night in the fog,
Evening – in Kiev, until dawn – in Tmutorokan,
Like a wolf attacking the faithful way,
Could he swear oath to Hors running.
At Sofia in Polotsk, it used to be
They call for matins, and he
In Kiev, as soon as dawn came,
Bell hears a chime.
And although a prophetic soul dwelt in his mighty body
All the sufferings of the prince overcame
And he died, breathing revenge.
So he completed his unprecedented path.
And Boyan said to him then:
“Prince Vseslav! Neither wise nor daring
Will not escape the judgment of God. ”
Oh, to moan you, dear land,
Remembering the old days
And the princes of bygone years!
Old Vladimir is gone.
He was brave, and no force
He would not have pinned him to Kiev.
Who keeps the ancient banners?
These – Rurik wears, those – David,
But not together their banners splash,
Separately sing their copy and shine.
Above the wide bank of the Danube,
Above the great Galician land
Cries, from Putivl, flying,
Voice of Yaroslavna young:
– I will turn into a darling, poor cuckoo
And a sleeve with a beaver edge,
Bending over, I will wet in Kajala
Will fly away, the mists will disperse,
Prince Igor will open his eyes,
And bloody wounds in the morning,
Leaning over a mighty body.
Far away in Putivl, on the visor,
As soon as the dawn breaks in the morning,
Yaroslavna, full of sorrow,
Like a cuckoo, calls out to the Jura:
Are you targeting them on the Russian regiments?
Why don’t you like to fly in the open
High under the cloud to fly,
Ships cherish in the blue sea,
Sway the waves sway?
You, sowing arrows of the enemy,
Only death you blow from a height.
Oh, why, why my fun
In the feather grass you scattered forever?
Wailing at dawn in Putivl,
Like a cuckoo in early spring,
Yaroslavna calls a young one,
On the city wall weeping:
– My glorious Dnieper! Stone mountains
In the lands of the Polovtsian you broke through,
Svyatoslav into the distant expanses
Wore the Kobyakov regiments.
Take care of the prince, lord,
Keep it on the far side,
So that I forget the tears from now on,
So that he returns to me alive!
Far away in Putivl, on the visor,
As soon as dawn breaks in the morning,
Yaroslavna, full of sorrow,
Like a cuckoo, calls to the Jura:
– The sun is three times bright! With you
Everyone is welcome and warm.
Why are you the brave prince’s army
Burned with hot rays?
And why are you waterless in the desert
Under the blow of the formidable Polovtsian
Thirst pulled the marching bow,
Grief filled the quiver?
And the sea leaped. Through the fog
The whirlwind rushed to the north of his native –
The Lord Himself from the Polovtsian countries
The Prince shows the way to home.
The dawns are gone. Igor is sleeping.
Igor sleeps, but does not fall asleep.
Igor flies to the Don with his thoughts
Measures the road to the Donets.
Now it’s midnight. The horse has been ready for a long time.
Who is whistling in the fog across the river?
To Ovlur. His conditional call
The prince, covered by darkness, hears:
– Come out, Prince Igor! – And barely
Ovlur fell silent, as from the night roar
the earth shook,
The grass rustled,
A violent wind shook the wind.
Turning into an ermine-squirrel,
Prince Igor rushed to the reeds,
And swam like a gogol on a wave,
Flew like the wind on a horse.
The horse has fallen, and the prince is off the horse,
He gallops home like a gray wolf.
Like a falcon, hovering into the clouds,
Seeing the Donets from afar.
Flies without roads and without paths,
Beats swan ducks for dinner.
Where Igor flies like a falcon,
There Ovlur, like a gray wolf, runs,
Everything is covered with dew from midnight grasses,
Greyhound horses in the run tearing.
The crows will not croak in the field,
The jackdaw will not shout there,
Magpies will not rattle more,
They just jump through the bushes.
Woodpeckers, meeting Igor,
They sound like a way to the river,
And, announcing a cheerful dawn,
Nightingales rejoice in the distance.
And, on the waves of the knight cherishing,
Donets Rivers: – You are great, Prince Igor!
You brought joy to the Russian lands,
Returning from bondage to your home.
– Oh, the river! – answered the prince. – A lot of
And greatness to you! At night
You rocked Igor on the waves,
You covered your silver shore with
Green grass for him.
And when he dozed under the foliage,
Where a gloomy haze reigned,
His guard was a gogol over the water,
The prince’s seagull guarded in the sky.
And not all rivers have such glory.
Here Stugna, having a thin temper,
Spilled majestically near the mouth,
Devoured all neighboring streams,
And closed the Dnieper from Rostislav,
And Rostislav died in the depths.
The mother cries over the dark river,
Cries the young man in the darkness,
And the flowers drooped, and with longing
The tree leaned to the ground.
Not magpies chirping in the field,
Not crows are calling at the Donets –
Polovtsian horses trample,
Gzak and Konchak are looking for a fugitive.
And old Gzak said to Konchak:
– If the falcon flies into the tower,
The falcon will get trapped –
We will shoot him with a golden arrow. –
And then Konchak said to him:
– If the falcon aspires to the tower,
The falcon will get trapped –
We will entangle him with a girl.
– If we entangle him with a girl, –
Old Gzak answered Konchak, –
He and the girl will rush into his tower,
And any bird will begin to beat us
In the Polovtsian field, Khan Konchak!
And Boyan uttered how to end the speech
To the Songmaker of Prince Svyatoslav:
– It is hard, brothers, a head without shoulders,
Bitter for a body, since it is headless.-
Darkness stands over the Russian land:
It is bitter for her without Igor alone.
But the sun rises in heaven –
Prince Igor appeared in Russia.
Songs are hovering from the distant Danube,
Flying across the sea to Kiev.