This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
See other meanings of IC
We have 103 other definitions for IC
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
Taken by a German ship to France and then to imprisonment in a German internment camp the women faced a situation known to others.
An elderly Japanese man accompanies tourists to the former internment camp.
In December 1940, German soldiers took her into custody, along with other Britons, and held her in an internment camp in Besancon, eastern France.
The island's government has been blocking most aid agencies from working in the war-torn north for months, and has herded escaping Tamil civilians into closely-guarded internment camps so it can weed out suspected rebels.
But the government's latest response is sinister - setting up internment camps to "rehabilitate" Tamils caught up in the conflict.
has written this book about the Japanese-Americans who actually resisted the internment camps during World War II, most notably the 200 soldiers who were drafted but refused to serve while their families were detained.
Could it be that the Guantánamo internment camp, with its parade of orange jumpsuited prisoners is a gigantic PR spectacle, existing to reassure everyone that something is being done on the War On Terror?
html Web site of the Topaz Internment camp museum in Utah.