Related Rule
Greece
Practice Relating to Rule 65. Perfidy
The Hellenic Navy’s International Law Manual (1995) provides:
Acts designed to lead the adversary to believe that he is obliged to adhere to and respect certain rights of the enemy protected by international law, in order to exploit and take advantage of the confidence of the adversary, constitute perfidy. 
Greece, International Law Manual, Hellenic Navy General Staff, Directorate A2, Division IV, 1995, Chapter 5, § 4.
The Hellenic Navy’s International Law Manual (1995) provides that “the feigning of being wounded” constitutes perfidy. 
Greece, International Law Manual, Hellenic Navy General Staff, Directorate A2, Division IV, 1995, Chapter 5, § 4.
The Hellenic Territorial Army’s Internal Service Code (1984), as amended, provides: “It is forbidden for members of the armed forces: … To use perfidiously the white flag.” 
Greece, Hellenic Territorial Army Regulation of Internal Service Code, Presidential Decree 130/1984 (Military Regulation 20-1), as amended, Article 15(h).
The Hellenic Navy’s International Law Manual (1995) provides that “the pretentious waving of a white flag in order to propose a truce” constitutes perfidy. 
Greece, International Law Manual, Hellenic Navy General Staff, Directorate A2, Division IV, 1995, Chapter 5, § 4.
The Hellenic Navy’s International Law Manual (1995) provides that “the perfidious use of the emblems of the Red Cross or Red Crescent” constitutes perfidy. 
Greece, International Law Manual, Hellenic Navy General Staff, Directorate A2, Division IV, 1995, Chapter 5, § 4.
The Hellenic Territorial Army’s Internal Service Code (1984), as amended, provides: “It is forbidden for members of the armed forces: … To use perfidiously … emblems of international organizations.” 
Greece, Hellenic Territorial Army Regulation of Internal Service Code, Presidential Decree 130/1984 (Military Regulation 20-1), as amended, Article 15(h).
The Hellenic Navy’s International Law Manual (1995) provides that “the misuse of emblems or uniforms of an international organization” constitutes perfidy. 
Greece, International Law Manual, Hellenic Navy General Staff, Directorate A2, Division IV, 1995, Chapter 5, § 4.
The Hellenic Navy’s International Law Manual (1995) provides that ”the misuse of … the protective signs for cultural objects” constitutes perfidy. 
Greece, International Law Manual, Hellenic Navy General Staff, Directorate A2, Division IV, 1995, Chapter 5, § 4.
The Hellenic Navy’s International Law Manual (1995) provides that “the feigning of being civilian” constitutes perfidy. 
Greece, International Law Manual, Hellenic Navy General Staff, Directorate A2, Division IV, 1995, Chapter 5, § 4.
The Hellenic Navy’s International Law Manual (1995) provides that “the misuse of … the uniform and insignia of other states” constitutes perfidy. 
Greece, International Law Manual, Hellenic Navy General Staff, Directorate A2, Division IV, 1995, Chapter 5, § 4.