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Diplomatic correspondence with belligerent governments relating to neutral rights and duties.

Author: United States. Department of State.
Publisher: Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1916.
Series: European war, no. 3
Edition/Format:   Book : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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United States. Department of State.
Diplomatic correspondence with belligerent governments relating to neutral rights and duties.
Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1916
(OCoLC)656980620
Named Person: Konstantin Theodor Dumba; Franz von Papen; K Boy-Ed
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: United States. Department of State.
OCLC Number: 4060877
Notes: Department of State.
Description: 387 pages 34 cm.
Contents: I. Papers relating to British restraints on commerce --
II. Papers relating to British contraband lists --
III. Case of the American steamship "Joseph W. Fordney" in British prize court --
IV. Hovering of British warships near the Territorial waters of the United States --
V. Interferences by belligerents with mails --
VI. Correspondence with belligerent governments regarding submarine interferences with commercial vessels, and regarding the status of armed merchantman --
VII. Case of the British steamship "Arabic" tropedoed by a German submarine --
VIII. Destruction of American steamship "Leelanaw" by a German submarine --
IX. Papers relating to the torpedoing of the steamship "Sussex" --
X. Destruction of American merchantman "William P. Frye" by the German ship "Prinx Eitcl Friedrich" --
XI. Recall of Dr. Constantin Theodor Dumba, Austro-Hungarian ambassador at Washington --
XII. Recall of Captain von Papen, military attache, and Captain Boy-Ed, naval attache, of the German embassy at Washington --
XIII. Case of the British steamship "Appam", captured by German naval forces and brought be a prize crew into an American port --
XIV. Escape of officers and men from German ships interned in the United States --
XV. Status of American consular officers in belligerent territory occupied by enemy troops --
XVI. Dual nationality, military service case of Frank Ghiloni.
Series Title: European war, no. 3

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