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" ... outlawry; on the contrary, it abhors such outrage. The sternest retaliation should follow the murder committed in consequence of such proclamation, made by whatever authority. Civilized nations look with horror upon offers of rewards for the assassination... "
International Law - Page 371
by George Grafton Wilson, George Fox Tucker - 1901 - 459 pages
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Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1905: With Amendments to 1908

United States. War Department. General Staff - 1908 - 219 pages
...outrage. The sternest retaliation should follow the murder committed in consequence of such proclamation, made by whatever authority. Civilized nations look...assassination of enemies as relapses into barbarism. 699. Firing upon the sentinels of the enemy's outposts, as an individual act, is strictly prohibited....
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Field Service Regulations, United States Army

General Staff Corps - 1908
...outrage. The sternest retaliation should follow the murder committed in consequence of such proclamation, made by whatever authority. Civilized nations look...assassination of enemies as relapses into barbarism. 699. Firing upon the sentinels of the enemy's outposts, as an individual act, is strictly prohibited....
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Handbook of International Law

George Grafton Wilson - Foreign relations - 1910 - 623 pages
...outrage. The sternest retaliation should follow the murder committed in consequence of such proclamation, made by whatever authority. Civilized nations look...officers of the government. It may be confined to mere prmed resistance, or it may have greater ends in view. 150. Civil war is war between two or more portions...
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Compilation of Laws and Decisions of the Courts Relating to War Claims

United States - United States - 1912 - 333 pages
...outrage. The sternest retaliation should follow the murder committed in consequence of such proclamation, made by whatever authority. Civilized nations look...against an officer or officers of the government. It majr be confined to mere armed resistance, or it may have greater ends in view. 150. Civil war is war...
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Rules of Land Warfare

United States. War Department. General Staff - Military law - 1914 - 221 pages
...follow tbe murder committed In conseouoiioe of such proclamation, made by whatever authority, rivlllned nations look with horror upon offers of rewards for...assassination of enemies as relapses into barbarism." 180. injuring an enemy who has surrendered. — HR XXIII, par. (c). It is especially forbidden * *...
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Rules of Land Warfare, 1914

United States. General Staff Corps - 1914 - 225 pages
...and then fire at an enemy. Land Warfare, Opp., p. 37, note (b). 179. Assassination and outlawry. — Civilized nations look with horror upon offers of rewards for the assassination of enemies, and the perpetrator of such an act has no claim to be treated as a combatant, but should be treated...
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Francis Lieber's Influence on American Thought and Some of His Unpublished ...

Chester Squire Phinney - 1918 - 85 pages
...The sternest retaliation should follow the murder committed in consequence of such a proclamation, made by whatever authority. Civilized nations look...assassination of enemies as relapses into barbarism. At the first Hague conference in 1899 M. de Martens, chairman of the subcommittee which formulated...
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A Dictionary of Military Terms

Edward Samuel Farrow - Military art and science - 1918 - 682 pages
...army or a subject of the hostile government, an outlaw, who may be slain without trial by any captor. Civilized nations look with horror upon offers of...assassination of enemies as relapses into barbarism. Assault. — To attack physically by a hand-to-hand approach or by unlawful and insulting violence....
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Land Warfare

Charles Cheney Hyde - Military law - 1918 - 55 pages
...such intentional outlawry; on the contrary, it abhors such outrage."7 Civilized nations, it is said, look with horror upon offers of rewards for the assassination of enemies, as relapses into barbarism.8 1 It is not intended to be suggested that the equities of the noncombatant population of...
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The Laws of Land Warfare: Concerning the Rights and Duties of Belligerents ...

Joseph Richardson Baker, Henry Graham Crocker - War (International law) - 1919 - 420 pages
...assassination of enemies as relapses into barbarism. 's ,_ Lieber, art. 148. Assassination and outlawry. — Civilized nations look with horror upon offers of rewards for the assassination of enemies, and the perpetrator of such an act has no claim to be treated as a combatant, but should be treated...
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