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Argument: No international law forbade the bombing of Japanese civilians

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An article published in the International Review of the Red Cross - "in examining these events in the light of international humanitarian law, it should be borne in mind that during the Second World War there was no agreement, treaty, convention or any other instrument governing the protection of the civilian population or civilian property."

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