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Part II : Application of general principles #I. Hostilities #B. Rules of conduct with regard to things #(b) Sanitary material - Art. 35.
' The arrangements for the relief of the wounded, which are made the subject of Articles 10
let seq., would be inadequate were not sanitary establishments also granted special protection. Hence, in accordance with the ' Geneva Convention, ' '
Art. 35. Ambulances and hospitals for the use of armies are recognized as neutral and should, as such, be protected and respected by belligerents, so long as any sick or wounded are therein.