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" The enemy's chaplains, officers of the medical staff, apothecaries, hospital nurses and servants, if they fall into the hands of the American Army, are not prisoners of war, unless the commander has reasons to retain them. In this latter case, or if,... "
International Law Studies - Page 125
by Naval War College (U.S.) - 1904
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Instructions for Making Muster-rolls, Mustering Into Service ..., Issue 5

United States. War Dept - 1863 - 50 pages
...prisoners of war, unless the commander has reasons to retain them. In this latter case, or if, at their own desire, they are allowed to remain with their captured...A hostage is a person accepted as a pledge for the fulfilment of an agreement concluded between belligerents during the war, or in consequence of a war....
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General Orders Affecting the Volunteer Force

1864
...case, or if, at their own desire, they are allowed to remain with their captured companions, they arc treated as prisoners of war, and may be exchanged...A hostage is a person accepted as a pledge for the fulfilment of an agreement concluded between belligerents during the war, or in consequence of a war....
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Instructions for the Government of Armies of the United States, in the Field

Military law - 1863 - 36 pages
...prisoners of war, unless the commander has reasons to retain them. In this latter case, or if, at their own desire, they are allowed to remain with their captured companions, they are treated as prisoners yf war, and may be exchanged if the commander sees fit. 54. A hostage is a person accepted as a pledge...
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General Orders

1864
...prisoners of war, unless the commander has reasons to retain them. In this latter case, or if, at their own desire, they are allowed to remain with their captured...A hostage is a person accepted as a pledge for the fulfilment of an agreement concluded between belligerents during the war, or in consequence of a war....
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General Orders

United States. War Department - 1864
...prisoners of war, unless the commander has reasons to retain them. In this latter case, or if, at their own desire, they are allowed to remain with their captured...war, and may be exchanged if the commander sees fit. 73 54. A hostage is a person accepted as a pledge for the fulfilment of an agreement concluded between...
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General orders ... 1861,1862 & 1863, adapted for the use of the ..., Volume 2

Thomas M O'Brien - 1864
...prisoners of war, uulo-w the commander has reasons to retain them. In this latter case, or if, at their own desire, they are allowed to remain with their captured companions, they are treated as ¡miners of war, and may be exchanged, if the commander sees lit. •>4. Л hostage is a person accepted...
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General Orders Affecting the Volunteer Force: Adjutant General's Office, 1863

1864 - 214 pages
...prisoners of war, unless the commander has reasons to retain them. In this latter case, or if, at their own desire, they are allowed to remain with their captured companions, they are treated aa prisoners of war, and may bo exchanged if the commander sees fit. 54. A hostage is a person accepted...
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The Assassination of President Lincoln: And the Trial of the Conspirators ...

Benn Pitman - Assassination - 1865 - 405 pages
...prisoners of war, unless the commander has reasons to retain them. In this latter case, or if, at their own desire, they are allowed to remain with their captured...of war, and may be exchanged if the commander sees tit. 64. A hostage is a person accepted as a pledge for the fulfillment of an agreement concluded between...
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Das moderne völkerrecht der civilisirten staaten als rechtsbuch dargestellt

Johann Caspar Bluntschli - International law - 1868 - 520 pages
...prisoners of war, unless the commander has reasons to retain them. In this latter case, or if, at their own desire, they are allowed to remain with their captured...war, and may be exchanged if the commander sees fit. A hostage is a person accepted as a pledge for the fulfilment of an agreement concluded between belligerents...
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Das moderne Völkerrecht der civilisirten Staten als Rechtsbuch dargestellt

Johann Caspar Bluntschli - International law - 1872 - 528 pages
...prisoners of war, unless the commander has reasons to retain them. In this latter case, or if, at their own desire, they are allowed to remain with their captured...A hostage is a person accepted as a pledge for the fulfilment of an 'agreement concluded between belligerents during the war, or to consequence of a war....
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