Spanish Civil War (Non-Intervention) Act, 1937


3.—In this Act—

the expression “the war” means the civil war which is being waged in Spain at the passing of this Act;

the word “belligerent” means one of the governments or organisations in the nature of governments between whom the war is being waged;

the expression “military forces” includes all combatant forces whether fighting on land, on the sea, or in the air, and includes also all services and organisations which, though not actually combatant, render necessary or ancillary services to the combatant forces or any part of the combatant forces, but does not include any body of persons in respect of which the Minister for Justice has issued under this Act a certificate that such body of persons is a Red Cross unit for the purposes of this Act.