In international law and United States statutes, this term Includes not only ordnance, ammunition, and other material directly useful In the conduct of a war, but also whatever may contribute to its successful maintenance, Id UN US 799 MUSEUM such as military stores of all kinds and articles of food. See U. S. v. Sheldon, 2 Wheat 119, 4 L. Ed. 199.

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