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

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Anhang.
rank as may be agreed upon by cartel, which requires the sanction
of the government, or of the commander of the army in the field.

107.

A prisoner of war is in honor bound truly to state to the
captor his rank: and he is not to assume a lower rank than belongs
to him, in order to cause a more advantageous exchange; nor a
higher rank, for the purpose of obtaining better treatment.

Offences to the contrary have been justly punished by the
commanders of released prisoners, and may be good cause for refusing
to release such prisoners.

108.

The surplus number of prisoners of war remaining after an
exchange has taken place is sometimes released either for the pay-
ment of a stipulated sum of money, or, in urgent cases, of provision,
clothing, or other necessaries.

Such arrangement, however, requires the sanction of the highest
authority.

109.

The exchange of prisoners of war is an act of convenience to
both belligerents. If no general cartel has been concluded, it cannot
be demanded by either of them. No belligerent is obliged to ex-
change prisoners of war.

A cartel is voidable so soon as either party has violated it.

110.

No exchange of prisoners shall be made except after complete
capture, and after an accurate account of them, and a list of the
captured officers, has been taken.

111.

The bearer of a flag of truce cannot insist upon being admit-

Anhang.
rank as may be agreed upon by cartel, which requires the sanction
of the government, or of the commander of the army in the field.

107.

A prisoner of war is in honor bound truly to state to the
captor his rank: and he is not to assume a lower rank than belongs
to him, in order to cause a more advantageous exchange; nor a
higher rank, for the purpose of obtaining better treatment.

Offences to the contrary have been justly punished by the
commanders of released prisoners, and may be good cause for refusing
to release such prisoners.

108.

The surplus number of prisoners of war remaining after an
exchange has taken place is sometimes released either for the pay-
ment of a stipulated sum of money, or, in urgent cases, of provision,
clothing, or other necessaries.

Such arrangement, however, requires the sanction of the highest
authority.

109.

The exchange of prisoners of war is an act of convenience to
both belligerents. If no general cartel has been concluded, it cannot
be demanded by either of them. No belligerent is obliged to ex-
change prisoners of war.

A cartel is voidable so soon as either party has violated it.

110.

No exchange of prisoners shall be made except after complete
capture, and after an accurate account of them, and a list of the
captured officers, has been taken.

111.

The bearer of a flag of truce cannot insist upon being admit-

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[494/0516] Anhang. rank as may be agreed upon by cartel, which requires the sanction of the government, or of the commander of the army in the field. 107. A prisoner of war is in honor bound truly to state to the captor his rank: and he is not to assume a lower rank than belongs to him, in order to cause a more advantageous exchange; nor a higher rank, for the purpose of obtaining better treatment. Offences to the contrary have been justly punished by the commanders of released prisoners, and may be good cause for refusing to release such prisoners. 108. The surplus number of prisoners of war remaining after an exchange has taken place is sometimes released either for the pay- ment of a stipulated sum of money, or, in urgent cases, of provision, clothing, or other necessaries. Such arrangement, however, requires the sanction of the highest authority. 109. The exchange of prisoners of war is an act of convenience to both belligerents. If no general cartel has been concluded, it cannot be demanded by either of them. No belligerent is obliged to ex- change prisoners of war. A cartel is voidable so soon as either party has violated it. 110. No exchange of prisoners shall be made except after complete capture, and after an accurate account of them, and a list of the captured officers, has been taken. 111. The bearer of a flag of truce cannot insist upon being admit-

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Zitationshilfe: Bluntschli, Johann Caspar: Das moderne Völkerrecht der civilisirten Staten. Nördlingen, 1868, S. 494. In: Deutsches Textarchiv <http://www.deutschestextarchiv.de/bluntschli_voelkerrecht_1868/516>, abgerufen am 23.02.2019.