Related Rule
Poland
Practice Related to Rule 95. Forced Labour
In its judgement in the Greiser case in 1947, the Supreme National Tribunal of Poland at Poznan found the accused guilty of deporting the civilian population to forced labour camps. 
Poland, Supreme National Tribunal of Poland at Poznan, Greiser case, Judgment, 7 July 1946.
Poland’s Penal Code (1997) provides for the punishment of any person who, in violation of international law, compels persons hors de combat, protected persons and persons enjoying international protection to “serve in hostile armed forces”. 
Poland, Penal Code, 1997, Article 124.
In 2009, in its written replies to the Committee on the Rights of the Child concerning its initial report under the 2000 Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict, Poland stated: “In the light of current Polish penal regulations (art. 124 Pc), the forcing – against international law – of persons covered by international protection to join enemy armed forces, is considered a war crime.” 
Poland, Written replies by the Government of Poland to the Committee on the Rights of the Child concerning the list of issues raised in connection with the initial report of Poland under the Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict, 17 September 2009, UN Doc. CRC/C/OPAC/POL/Q/1/Add.1, § 7.