During WWII, a few captured German generals were held in a stately, elegant home with very comfortable living arrangements and provided brandy, wine, and excellent food. They were allowed personal servants and had other luxuries. Why was this done?
- They were being held according to the Geneva Convention.
- They were being held according to their status as Generals.
- To encourage German Generals, still fighting, to surrender.
- To gather intelligence by eavesdropping on these Generals.