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" ... their duties in the hospital or ambulance, which they serve, or may withdraw in order to rejoin the corps to which they belong. Under such circumstances, when these persons shall cease from their functions, they shall be delivered by the occupying... "
General Orders - Page 1
by United States. War Department - 1893
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Annals of British Legislation: Digest of blue books, Volume 1

Leone Levi - 1865
...the corps to which they belong. Under such circumstances, when those persons shall cease from their functions, they shall be delivered by the occupying army to the outposts of the enemy. IV. As the equipment of military hospitals remains subject to the laws of war, persons attached to...
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Its constitution

American Association for the Relief of the Misery of Battle Fields - 1866 - 18 pages
...the corps to which they belong. Under such circumstances, when those persons shall cease from their functions, they shall be delivered by the occupying army to the outposts of the enemy. ARTICLE 4. As the equipment of military hospitals remains subject to the laws of war, persons attached...
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Pamphlets

United States Sanitary Commission - 1865
...the corps to which they belong. Under such circumstances, when those persons shall cease from their functions, they shall be delivered by the occupying army to the outposts of the enemy. ARTICLE 4. As the equipment of military hospitals remains subject to the laws of war, persons attached...
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The Law Magazine and Review: For Both Branches of the Legal ..., Volume 1

Law - 1872
...the corps to which they belong. Under these circumstances when those persons shall cease from their functions they shall be delivered by the occupying army to the outposts of the enemy. 4. — As the equipment of military hospitals remains subject to the laws of war, persons attached...
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Commentaries Upon International Law, Volume 3

Sir Robert Phillimore - International law - 1873
...the corps to which they belong. " Under such circumstances, when those persons shall cease from their functions, they shall be delivered by the occupying army to the outposts of the enemy." ARTICLE IV. " As the equipment of military hospitals remains subject to the Laws of war, persons attached...
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The Map of Europe by Treaty: Showing the Various Political and ..., Volume 3

Sir Edward Hertslet - Europe - 1875
...to the outposts of the Enemy. Private Property in Military Hospitals only can be carried away. ABT. IV. As the equipment of Military Hospitals remains...withdrawing, carry away any articles but such as are their private projierty. Ambulance to retain its Equipment. Under the same circumstances an Ambulance...
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On the rights and duties of nations in time of war

Sir Travers Twiss - International law - 1875
...their functions, they shall be delivered by the occupying army to the outposts of the enemy. ARTICLE IV. As the equipment of military hospitals remains...withdrawing, carry away any articles but such as are their private property. Under the same circumstances an ambulance shall, on the contrary, retain its...
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The Law of Nations Considered as Independent Political Communities, Part 2

Sir Travers Twiss - War (International law) - 1875
...the corps to which they belong. Under such circumstances, when those persons shall cease from their functions, they shall be delivered by the occupying army to the outposts of the enemy. ARTICLE IV. As the equipment of military hospitals remains subject to the laws of war, persons attached...
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The Map of Europe by Treaty: Showing the Various Political and ..., Volume 3

Sir Edward Hertslet - Europe - 1876
...circumstances, when those Persons shall cease [Geneva Convention. Wounded in Armies in the Field.] from their functions, they shall be delivered by the occupying Army to the outposts of the Enemy! Private Property in Military Hospitals only can be carried away, ART. IV. As the equipment of Military...
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Halleck's International Law: Or, Rules Regulating the Intercourse ..., Volume 2

Henry Wager Halleck - International law - 1878
...the corps to which they belong. Under such circumstances, when these persons shall cease from their functions, they shall be delivered by the occupying...withdrawing, carry away any articles but such as are their private property. Under the same circumstances an ambulance shall, on the contrary, retain its...
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