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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.
133.

No prisoner of war can be foreed by the hostile government
to parole himself, and no government is obliged to parole prisoners
of war, or to parole all captured officers, if it paroles any. As the
pledging of the parole is an individual act, so is paroling, on the
other hand, an act of choice on the part of the belligerent.

134.

The commander of an occupying army may require of the civil
officers of the enemy, and of its citizens, any pledge he may con-
sider necessary for the safety or security of his army, and upon
their failure to give it he may arrest, confine, or detain them.

Section VIII.

Armistice--Capitulation.

135.

An armistice is the cessation of active hostilities for a period
agreed upon between belligerents. It must be agreed upon in
writing, and duly ratified by the highest authorities of the conten-
ding parties.

136.

If an armistice be declared, without conditions, it extends no
further than to require a total cessation of hostilities, along the front
of both belligerents.

If conditions be agreed upon, they should be clearly expressed,
and must be rigidly adhered to by both parties. If either party
violates any express condition, the armistice may be declared null
and void by the other.

137.

An armistice may be general, and valid for all points and

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Amerikaniſche Kriegsartikel der Vereinigten Staten von 1863.
133.

No prisoner of war can be foreed by the hostile government
to parole himself, and no government is obliged to parole prisoners
of war, or to parole all captured officers, if it paroles any. As the
pledging of the parole is an individual act, so is paroling, on the
other hand, an act of choice on the part of the belligerent.

134.

The commander of an occupying army may require of the civil
officers of the enemy, and of its citizens, any pledge he may con-
sider necessary for the safety or security of his army, and upon
their failure to give it he may arrest, confine, or detain them.

Section VIII.

Armistice—Capitulation.

135.

An armistice is the cessation of active hostilities for a period
agreed upon between belligerents. It must be agreed upon in
writing, and duly ratified by the highest authorities of the conten-
ding parties.

136.

If an armistice be declared, without conditions, it extends no
further than to require a total cessation of hostilities, along the front
of both belligerents.

If conditions be agreed upon, they should be clearly expressed,
and must be rigidly adhered to by both parties. If either party
violates any express condition, the armistice may be declared null
and void by the other.

137.

An armistice may be general, and valid for all points and

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Zitationshilfe: Bluntschli, Johann Caspar: Das moderne Völkerrecht der civilisirten Staten. Nördlingen, 1868, S. 499. In: Deutsches Textarchiv <http://www.deutschestextarchiv.de/bluntschli_voelkerrecht_1868/521>, abgerufen am 19.02.2019.