On the Law of War and Peace

De Jure Belli ac Pacis

by Hugo Grotius

Translated by A. C. Campbell
London, 1814

Book I

  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 1: On War and Right.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 2: Inquiry Into the Lawfulness of War.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 3: The Divison of War Into Public and Private and the Nature of Sovereign Power.

Book II

  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 1: Defense of Person and Property.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 2: The General Rights of Things.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 3: On Moveable Property.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 4: Title to Desert Lands by Occupancy, Possession, and Prescription.
  • CHAPTER 5-8: [Omitted]
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 9: In What Cases Jurisdiction and Property Cease.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 10: The Obligation Arising From Property.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 11: On Promises
  • CHAPTER 12: [Omitted]
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 13: On Oaths
  • CHAPTER 14: [Omitted]
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 15: On Treaties and on Engagements Made by Delegates Exceeding their Power.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 16: The Interpretation of Treaties
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 17: On Damages Occasioned by Injury and the Obligation to Repair Them.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 18: On the Right of Embassies.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 19: On the Right of Burial
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 20: On Punishments.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 21: On the Communication of Punishment.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 22: On the Unjust Causes of War.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 23: On Doubtful Causes
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 24: Precautions Against Rashly Engaging in War, Even Upon Just Grounds.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 25: The Causes of Undertaking War for Others.

Book III

  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 1: What is Lawful in War.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 2: In What Manner the Law of Nations Renders the Property of Subjects Answerable for the Debts of Sovereigns. The Nature of Reprisals.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 3: On Just or Solemn War According to the Law of Nations on Declarations of War.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 4: On the Right of Killing an Enemy in Lawful War, and Committing Other Acts of Hostility.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 5: On the Right to Lay Waste an Enemy's Country, and Carry off his Effects.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 6: On the Acquisition of Territory and Property by Right of Conquest.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 7: On the Right Over Prisoners of War.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 8: On Empire Over the Conquered.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 9: Of the Right of Postliminium.
  • CHAPTER 10: [Omitted]
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 11: The Right of Killing Enemies, in Just War, to be Tempered With Moderation and Humanity
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 12: On Moderation in Despoiling an Enemy's Country.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 13: On Moderation in Making Captures in War.
  • CHAPTER 14: [Omitted]
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 15: On Moderation in Acquiring Dominion.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 16: On Moderation with Respect to Things Excluded From the Right of Postliminium by the Law of Nations.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 17: Respecting Those Who are Neutral in War.
  • CHAPTER 18: [Omitted]
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 19: On Good Faith Between Enemies.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 20: On the Public Faith, by Which War is Concluded; Comprising Treaties of Peace, and the Nature of Arbitration, Surrender Hostages, Pledges.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 21: On Faith During the Continuance of War, on Truces, Safe-Conducts, and the Redemption of Prisoners.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 22: On the Faith on Those Invested With Subordinate Powers in War.
  • CHAPTER 23: [Omitted]
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 24: On Tacit Faith.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version CHAPTER 25: Conclusion

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