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International law as interpreted during the Russo-Japanese War

Author: Frederick Edwin Smith Birkenhead, Earl of; N W Sibley
Publisher: London : T.F. Unwin : W. Clowes and Sons, Ltd., 1907.
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Birkenhead, Frederick Edwin Smith, Earl of, 1872-1930.
International law as interpreted during the Russo-Japanese War.
London : T.F. Unwin ; W. Clowes and Sons, Ltd., 1907
(OCoLC)610413522
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Edwin Smith Birkenhead, Earl of; N W Sibley
OCLC Number: 2383667
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xv, 541 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: Table of cases cited --
Introductory --
pt. I. The Normal relations of Russia, Japan, China, and Turkey. I. Belligerent operations in neutral territory in the Russo-Japanese War --
II. Russia and the passage of the Bosphorus : the raid of the volunteer cruisers, "Petersburg: and "Smolensk," in the Red Sea --
pt. II. The Law governing states in the relations of war. III. Declaration of war and manifesto --
IV. Rights of war with respect to the person of enemies --
V. Espionage and wireless telegraphy in war --
VI. Laying mines in mid-ocean and use of balloons in war --
pt. III. The law governing states in the relation of neutrality. VII. The principles of neutrality and special usage prohibiting the construction and outfit of vessels of war --
VIII. Belligerent operations in neutral waters and the Chemulpho and Chifu incidents --
IX. Reception of belligerent cruisers in neutral ports --
X. The rule of the war in 1756 --
XI. The right of visitation and search --
XII. The destruction of neutral vessels --
XIII. Notes on chart of contraband --
XIII (continued), pts. I, II, III. Contraband of war and the Japanese and Russian declarations, 1904 --
XIII (continued), pt. IV. Contraband of war (continued) --
XIII (continued), pts. V, VI, VII. Contraband of war (continued) --
XIII (continued), pt. VIII. Treaties declaring contraband --
XIV. International arbitrations, the Hague Convention, and international incidents exhibiting analogy to the North Sea crisis with a history of the North Sea incident --
XV. The law of blockade --
XVI. Return of peace : Treaty of Portsmouth --
Appendices. Appendix A. Professor T.E. Hollands letter to the Times, November 19, 1904, on the British Proclamation of Neutrality --
Appendix B. The case of the Caroline, the Alabama, Florida (or Oreto), Alexandra, and the Caroline (1837) --
Appendix C. The case of the Caroline, international law, the Foreign Enlistment Act, 1870, and the Alabama --
Appendix D. The Foreign Enlistment Act, 1870, and coaling the Baltic fleet with Welsh coal --
Appendix E. The case of the Calchas and the case of the Cheltenham --
Appendix F. The case of the Allanton --
Appendix G. The question whether provisions are contraband, and the evidence and memoranda of Professor T.E. Holland, K.C., and Dr. J Westlake, K.C. at the Royal Commission on Supply of Food and Raw Material in Time of War (Parliamentary Paper, 1905) --
Appendix H. The changed attitude of Russian on absolute and conditional contraband --
Appendix I. Text of report of the North Sea Commission --
Appendix J. On the use of French waters by the Russian fleet --
Appendix K. List of Russian acts of interference with neutral shipping since the outbreak of war in the Far East --
Appendix M. The Portsmouth Treaty --
Appendix Q. The new Anglo-Japanese Agreement --
Appendix R. Treaty between Japan and Korea, November 17, 1904.
Responsibility: by F.E. Smith and N.W. Sibley.

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