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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.
common law of war allows even capital punishment for clandestine
or treacherous attempts to injure an enemy, because they are so
dangerous, and it is so difficult to guard against them.

102.

The law of war, like the criminal law regarding other offences,
makes no difference on account of the difference of sexes, concerning
the spy, the war-traitor, or the war-rebel.

103.

Spies, war-traitors, and war-rebels are not exchanged according
to the common law of war. The exchange of such persons would
require a special cartel, authorized by the government, or, at a
great distance from it, by the chief commander of the army in
the field.

104.

A successful spy or war-traitor, safely returned to his own
army, and afterwards captured as an enemy, is not subject to punish-
ment for his acts as a spy or war-traitor, but he may be held in
closer custody as a person individually dangerous.

Section VI.

Exchange of prisoners -- Flags of truce -- Flags of protection.

105.

Exchanges of prisoners take place--number for number--rank
for rank--wounded for wounded--with added condition for added
condition--such, for instance as not to serve for a certain period.

106.

In exchanging prisoners of war, such numbers of persons of
inferior rank may be substituted as an equivalent for one of superior

Amerikaniſche Kriegsartikel der Vereinigten Staten von 1863.
common law of war allows even capital punishment for clandestine
or treacherous attempts to injure an enemy, because they are so
dangerous, and it is so difficult to guard against them.

102.

The law of war, like the criminal law regarding other offences,
makes no difference on account of the difference of sexes, concerning
the spy, the war-traitor, or the war-rebel.

103.

Spies, war-traitors, and war-rebels are not exchanged according
to the common law of war. The exchange of such persons would
require a special cartel, authorized by the government, or, at a
great distance from it, by the chief commander of the army in
the field.

104.

A successful spy or war-traitor, safely returned to his own
army, and afterwards captured as an enemy, is not subject to punish-
ment for his acts as a spy or war-traitor, but he may be held in
closer custody as a person individually dangerous.

Section VI.

Exchange of prisoners — Flags of truce — Flags of protection.

105.

Exchanges of prisoners take place—number for number—rank
for rank—wounded for wounded—with added condition for added
condition—such, for instance as not to serve for a certain period.

106.

In exchanging prisoners of war, such numbers of persons of
inferior rank may be substituted as an equivalent for one of superior

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[493/0515] Amerikaniſche Kriegsartikel der Vereinigten Staten von 1863. common law of war allows even capital punishment for clandestine or treacherous attempts to injure an enemy, because they are so dangerous, and it is so difficult to guard against them. 102. The law of war, like the criminal law regarding other offences, makes no difference on account of the difference of sexes, concerning the spy, the war-traitor, or the war-rebel. 103. Spies, war-traitors, and war-rebels are not exchanged according to the common law of war. The exchange of such persons would require a special cartel, authorized by the government, or, at a great distance from it, by the chief commander of the army in the field. 104. A successful spy or war-traitor, safely returned to his own army, and afterwards captured as an enemy, is not subject to punish- ment for his acts as a spy or war-traitor, but he may be held in closer custody as a person individually dangerous. Section VI. Exchange of prisoners — Flags of truce — Flags of protection. 105. Exchanges of prisoners take place—number for number—rank for rank—wounded for wounded—with added condition for added condition—such, for instance as not to serve for a certain period. 106. In exchanging prisoners of war, such numbers of persons of inferior rank may be substituted as an equivalent for one of superior

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Zitationshilfe: Bluntschli, Johann Caspar: Das moderne Völkerrecht der civilisirten Staten. Nördlingen, 1868, S. 493. In: Deutsches Textarchiv <http://www.deutschestextarchiv.de/bluntschli_voelkerrecht_1868/515>, abgerufen am 20.02.2019.