Los prisioneros de guerra en el siglo XVIII y la humanidad en el infortunio
Artes Vol. XVII/2016/1-2, pp. 18-52
Abstract: Casuistry of a military prisoner in the 18th century varied according to the moral standards of the time, religion, social group and honor. For these reasons we must understand that the future of the captive was not necessarily unhappy and there was a place for humanity. We therefore must also look at those who survived certain actions in combat. We can also witness an evolution of the treatment of prisoners from the beginning of the century to the end of it, motivated by the French Revolution.