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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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P. v., Сн. xv.



2. Those who have been called to serve their country as militia men
or in Cossack regiments.

3. Those who have belonged to volunteer forces organised in war
time by military authorities.

All information about such cases is brought to the knowledge of
the District Military Chiefs, or Atamans. Soldiers who have become
incapacitated for work after their discharge from the Army in
consequence of having been invalided on active service, and who for some
reason have not received a certificate proving their case, may, up to
five years, dating from the moment of their discharge, apply to the
Council for military service in the town or district.

Pensions for military or naval men cease :—

(a) In case of death :

(■b) If Holy Orders are taken :

(c) If they become State employees, they receive a pay with the
right to a pension.

(1d) In case of legal judgment passed upon them which deprives
them of their right to a pension.

(e) If they remain abroad for a longer period than their permission

(/) If they become citizens of another State.

(g) If the term expires for which the pension has been granted.

(h) If an appearance is not made at the stated time for being

Widows and orphans of the above-mentioned military or naval
men have the rights to pensions :—

1. If these soldiers have died of wounds or from internal or external
injuries, or have had illness brought about through the circumstances
of war, or have been killed, or have disappeared during war time.

2. If death has taken place not as a consequence of wounds received
in fighting, and outside the theatre of war, provided that it occurs
before one year has elapsed dating from the establishment of peace,
or the disbanding of the battalion to which the soldier belongs.

3. The term of one year can be extended to five years, if it can be
proved that death took place as a consequence of wounds, illness, or
injuries brought about by the conditions of war.

4. Pensions are accorded to the widows of those soldiers who have
died during time of peace while they were giving their services to their
country, or on the completion of such service, if it can be proved that
death took place as a consequence of wounds, illness or injuries which
stand in causal nexus to his military service. But it must be also
proved that death has taken place not later than three years from the
time the soldier left the service.

5. Widows are entitled to a pension if their husbands also received
one during life-time. But this provision is made : they must have
been married not less than one year before death takes place.

An orphan receives half of that pension which his (or her) mother
would receive if she were alive ; three-quarters of this same amount is

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