Item Details

International Law Situations, With Solutions and Notes. 1904

Naval War College (U.S.); Wilson, George Grafton
Format
Book; Government Document; Online; EBook
Published
Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1905.
Language
English
Series
International Law Studies
Contents
  • I. Merchant vessels adapted for conversion into auxiliary cruisers.
  • II. Rights of foreigner under martial law.
  • III. Insurgency.
  • IV. Belligerent war vessel taking supplies from supply ship in neutral port.
  • V. Neutral port as refuge to escape capture.
  • VI. Use by belligerent of neutral telegraph. VII. Newspaper correspondents and wireless telegraph.
  • VIII. Rescue of shipwrecked belligerents by neutral war vessel in foreign neutral harbor.
  • IX. Territorial jurisdiction of entrance to harbor 10 miles wide.
Description
141 p. 24 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
The discussion of international law situations was carried on by the officers composing the conference of 1904, with the assistance of Mr. George Grafton Wilson.
Series Statement
International law studies ; v. 4
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