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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.

If nothing is stipulated the intercourse remains suspended, as
during actual hostilities.

142.

An armistice is not a partial or a temporary peace; it is only
the suspension of military operations to the extent agreed upon by
the parties.

143.

When an armistice is concluded between a fortified place and
the army besieging it, it is agreed by all the authorities on this
subject that the besieger must cease all extension, perfection, or ad-
vance of his attacking works as much so as from attacks by main
force.

But as there is a difference of opinion among martial jurists,
whether the besieged have the right to repair breaches or to erect
new works of defence within the place during an armistice, this
point should be determined by express agreement between the
parties.

144.

So soon as a capitulation is signed, the capitulator has no right
to demolish, destroy, or injure the works, arms, stores, or ammunition,
in his possession, during the time which elapses between the signing
and the execution of the capitulation, unless otherwise stipulated in
the same.

145.

When an armistice is clearly broken by one of the parties,
the other party is released from all obligation to observe it.

146.

Prisoners, taken in the act of breaking an armistice, must be
treated as prisoners of war, the officer alone being responsible who

Amerikaniſche Kriegsartikel der Vereinigten Staten von 1863.

If nothing is stipulated the intercourse remains suspended, as
during actual hostilities.

142.

An armistice is not a partial or a temporary peace; it is only
the suspension of military operations to the extent agreed upon by
the parties.

143.

When an armistice is concluded between a fortified place and
the army besieging it, it is agreed by all the authorities on this
subject that the besieger must cease all extension, perfection, or ad-
vance of his attacking works as much so as from attacks by main
force.

But as there is a difference of opinion among martial jurists,
whether the besieged have the right to repair breaches or to erect
new works of defence within the place during an armistice, this
point should be determined by express agreement between the
parties.

144.

So soon as a capitulation is signed, the capitulator has no right
to demolish, destroy, or injure the works, arms, stores, or ammunition,
in his possession, during the time which elapses between the signing
and the execution of the capitulation, unless otherwise stipulated in
the same.

145.

When an armistice is clearly broken by one of the parties,
the other party is released from all obligation to observe it.

146.

Prisoners, taken in the act of breaking an armistice, must be
treated as prisoners of war, the officer alone being responsible who

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Zitationshilfe: Bluntschli, Johann Caspar: Das moderne Völkerrecht der civilisirten Staten. Nördlingen, 1868, S. 501. In: Deutsches Textarchiv <http://www.deutschestextarchiv.de/bluntschli_voelkerrecht_1868/523>, abgerufen am 17.02.2019.