"Any serious violation of the armistice by one of the parties gives the other party the right to denounce it, and even, in case of urgency, to recommence hostilities immediately" (Art. 40).61
"A violation of the terms of the armistice by individuals acting on their own initiative, only gives the right of demanding the punishment of the offenders, and, if necessary, an indemnity for the losses sustained" (Art. 41).62
The Laws of Land Warfare (for further references to the main treatises on Int. Law, see supra, notes). -- Ariga, La guerre RussoJaponaise ( 1908), passim; Baker and Crocker, The Laws of Land Warfare ( 1916), and also Baker and McKernan, Laws of Warfare ( 1919), passim (for citations from the authorities); Baty and Morgan, War: Its Conduct and Legal Resuits ( 1914); Boidin, Les lois de la guerre et les deux conferences de la Haye ( 1910); * Bordwell, The Law of War between Belligerents ( 1908), Pt. II; Carpentier, Les lois de la guerre continentale ( 1904); 2 Cobbett, Leading Cases ( 4th ed., 1924), Excursus I, 126-83; Edmonds and Oppenheim, Land Warfare (British Official Exposition); * 1 and 2 Garner, Int. Law and the World War, passim; 1 Guelle, Précis des lois de la guerre ( 1884), passim; Hershey, Russo-Japanese War, passim, particularly chs. 10-11; Higgins, The Hague Peace Conferences ( 1909), passim, particularly 207-80, and War and the Private Citizen ( 1912), chs. 1 and 3; * Holland, The Laws of War on Land ( 1908); Holls, The Peace Conference at The____________________
For Bibliographies on Armistices, see pp. 404-05 of the first edition of this work; and 2 Oppenheim, p. 320 of 3d ed., or pp. 387-88 of 4th ed. On the Armistice with Germany of Nov. 11, 1918, see 2 Hyde, § 647. For the views of leading authorities on Armistices, see Baker and Crocker, Laws of Land Warfare, 256 ff.