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Prisoners of War Game Widget

With the Prisoners of War Game widget, you can test how you will manage as a commander of a prisoners of war camp. Your mission as a camp commander in this game is to try to run a prisoners of war camp without violating the human rights. You can embed the game within your web site, blog or social networks and challenge your friends.

There is one link in the widget that doesn't work. In the top of the game window there is a button called "Geneva Conventions III", leading to a text document with the Geneva Conventions III. Instead you can reach it here:

The Geneva Conventions III »
( http://www.nobelprize.org/educational/peace/redcross/genevaconventions.html )

Prisoners of War Game Widget

Technical Information

To embed the Prisoners of War Game widget to your web site, copy the code in the embed text field and paste it into your own HTML code. If you want another size than the recommended, 952x581px, you have to choose size before you copy the code.

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MLA style: "Red Cross, Prisoners of War Game Widget". Nobelprize.org. Nobel Media AB 2014. Web. 28 Nov 2014. <http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_organizations/nobelmedia/channels/widget/redcross.html>

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