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Diplomatic correspondence between the United States and belligerent governments relating to neutral rights and commerce.

Author: United States. Department of Foreign Affairs.; American Society of International Law.
Publisher: New York, Pub. for the American Society of international law by Baker, Voorhis & Co. [1915-17]
Series: Supplement to the American journal of international law, v. 9. Special no., July 1915, Oct. 1916, Oct. 1917
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: United States. Department of Foreign Affairs.; American Society of International Law.
OCLC Number: 20148891
Description: 405 pages 25 cm.
Contents: I. Declaration of London.--II. Papers relating to articles listed as contraband of war.--III. Correspondence relating to restrains on commerce.--IV. Foodstuffs cargo of the American Ship Wilhelmina in British prize court.--V. Destruction of American merchantman William P. Frye by German cruiser Prinz Eitel Friedrich.--VI. Proclamations of neutrality and papers relating to neutrality.--VII. Violation of neutrality--Panama canal.--VIII. Violations of neutrality by belligerent warships. IX. Defensive armament and the right of departure from neutral ports of belligerent merchant ships to arm at sea.--X. Internment of the German ships Geier and Locksun.--XI. Questions relating to neutrality--Correspondence between the secretary of state and the chairman of the Senate committee on foreign relations.--
XII. Transmission of mail of American diplomatic and consular officers.--XIII. Censorship of telegrams transmitted by cable and wireless.--XIV. Belgian relief.--XV. Attempt of German ship Odenwald to sail without clearance papers.--XVI. Detention of American merchant Seguranca. XVII. Detention of the American Ship Wico.--XVIII. Internment of the German ship Prinz Eitel Friedrich.--XIX. Internment of the German cruiser Kronprinz Wilhelm.--XX. Detention of August Piepenbrink.--XXI. Internment of the German prize ship Farn.--XXII. Noncontraband character of Hydroaeroplanes.--XXIII. Dual nationality.--XXIV. Circular instructions and correspondence relating to the issuing of passports.
Series Title: Supplement to the American journal of international law, v. 9. Special no., July 1915, Oct. 1916, Oct. 1917
Other Titles: American journal of international law. Supplement, v. 9, July 1915.

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