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It is not contemplated that units of the armed forces will be employed for
the purpose of rescuing victims of enemy oppression unless such rescues
are the direct result of military operations conducted with the objective of
defeating the armed forces of the enemy.
This policy effectively removed the War Department from participation
in rescue efforts, except as they might arise incidental to regularly
planned military operations. 
We must constantly bear in mind, however, that the most effective relief
which can be given victims of enemy persecution is to insure the speedy
defeat of the Axis.
Well, excuse me for not equating POW to people that were gassed and burned by the thousands everyday.
By far, this is a new low, even for you.
But, didn't this whole argument started by saying the Brits saved the Jews?...you just agreed that they didn't.