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Bluntschli, Johann Caspar: Das moderne Völkerrecht der civilisirten Staten. Nördlingen, 1868.

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Amerikanische Kriegsartikel der Vereinigten Staten von 1863.
remain in the invaded territory, and continue the work of their
office, and can continue it according to the circumstances arising out
of the war--such as judges, administrative or police officers, officers
of city or communal governments--are paid from the public revenue
of the invaded territory, until the military government has reason
wholly or partially to discontinue it. Salaries or incomes connected
with purely honorary titles are always stopped.

40.

There exists no law or body of authoritative rules of action
between hostile armies, except that branch of the law of nature and
nations which is called the law and usages of war on land.

41.

All municipal law of the ground on which the armies stand,
or of the countries to which they belong, is silent and of no effect
between armies in the field.

42.

Slavery, complicating and confounding the ideas of property,
(that is of a thing,) and of personalty, (that is of humanity,) exists
according to municipal or local law only. The law of nature and
nations has never acknowledged it. The digest of the Roman law
enacts the early dictum of the pagan jurist, that "so far as the law
of nature is concerned, all men are equal." Fugitives escaping from
a country in which they were slaves, villains, or serfs, into another
country, have, for centuries past, been held free and acknowledged
free by judicial decisions of European countries, even though the
municipal law of the country in which the slave had taken refuge
acknowledged slavery within its own dominions.

43.

Therefore, in a war between the United States and a belli-
gerent which admits of slavery, if a person held in bondage by that
belligerent be captured by or come as a fugitive under the protection

Amerikaniſche Kriegsartikel der Vereinigten Staten von 1863.
remain in the invaded territory, and continue the work of their
office, and can continue it according to the circumstances arising out
of the war—such as judges, administrative or police officers, officers
of city or communal governments—are paid from the public revenue
of the invaded territory, until the military government has reason
wholly or partially to discontinue it. Salaries or incomes connected
with purely honorary titles are always stopped.

40.

There exists no law or body of authoritative rules of action
between hostile armies, except that branch of the law of nature and
nations which is called the law and usages of war on land.

41.

All municipal law of the ground on which the armies stand,
or of the countries to which they belong, is silent and of no effect
between armies in the field.

42.

Slavery, complicating and confounding the ideas of property,
(that is of a thing,) and of personalty, (that is of humanity,) exists
according to municipal or local law only. The law of nature and
nations has never acknowledged it. The digest of the Roman law
enacts the early dictum of the pagan jurist, that „so far as the law
of nature is concerned, all men are equal.“ Fugitives escaping from
a country in which they were slaves, villains, or serfs, into another
country, have, for centuries past, been held free and acknowledged
free by judicial decisions of European countries, even though the
municipal law of the country in which the slave had taken refuge
acknowledged slavery within its own dominions.

43.

Therefore, in a war between the United States and a belli-
gerent which admits of slavery, if a person held in bondage by that
belligerent be captured by or come as a fugitive under the protection

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Zitationshilfe: Bluntschli, Johann Caspar: Das moderne Völkerrecht der civilisirten Staten. Nördlingen, 1868, S. 479. In: Deutsches Textarchiv <http://www.deutschestextarchiv.de/bluntschli_voelkerrecht_1868/501>, abgerufen am 22.03.2019.