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Two lectures on the revised covenant of the League of nations

David Jayne Hill

Two lectures on the revised covenant of the League of nations

by David Jayne Hill

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Published in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

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  • League of Nations.

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    Statementby Hon. David Jayne Hill, LL. D. ... Lecture I. The corporate character of the League of nations. Lecture II. The treaty-making power under the Constitution of the United States. Delivered before George Washington university in Memorial continental hall, Washington, D. C., April 28th and 29th, 1919.
    SeriesGeorge Washington university bulletin., vol. XVIII, no. 1, March 1919
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX1975 .H63
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 p.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6620805M
    LC Control Number19019538
    OCLC/WorldCa25691417

    The League of Nations was to be based in Geneva, Switzerland as it was a neutral county and had not been involved in World War One. With it’s establishment the League of Nations and it’s Covenant, addressed the rights of minorities, workers’ rights, right of women and children, refugees and slavery (Freeman ). Title: History of the League of Nations () Author: Wells Created Date: 1/14/ PM.

      Aufricht’s 'Guide to League of Nations publications' lists by topic the final acts and related documents for many conferences. Committees of the League of Nations: classified list and essential facts. Geneva Legal.V.2 Document class: The links below display the archive content of the United Nations Archives, Geneva, for each document class. Book: All Authors / Contributors: League of Nations. Secretariat. Information Section.; League of Nations. OCLC Number: Notes: "Revised down to December 31st, " "The Covenant of the League of Nations": p. [13] Description: pages including frontispiece (plan) illustrations portraits, maps (1 double) 15 cm.

    49 The Covenant of the League of Nations From Part 5 of Grey Steel by H.C. Armstrong. IN Paris Smuts lived in the Hotel Majestic, where most of the British Delegation were housed. As ever, he buried himself in papers and documents. for he was convinced that most of it would have to be scrapped or revised. He became very contemptuous of the. The Covenant of the League of Nations (Art. 1 to 26) [The vertical rule indicates treaty text.] Notes to Part I, Articles 1 to On May 9, , two days after receiving the draft treaty, the German delegation transmitted to M. Clemenceau, the president of the peace conference, a scheme for a League of Nations set forth in 66 articles (Foreign Relations, The Paris Peace Conference, , v.


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2. The Covenant is taken from the Appendix to the book by Goodrich, Leland M., Hambro, Eduard and Simons, Anne Patricia, "Charter of the United Nations: Commentary and Documents", Third Revised Edition, Columbia University Press, New York, The titles appearing with each Article are also taken from that version of the Covenant.

The Charter's League of Nations counterpart - the Covenant of the League of Nations-was a controversial document, if, indeed, it could be characterized as a document at all: its twenty-six articles (setting out its constitution) formed the first part of the Treaty of Versailles which effectively ended the First World War, and although a.

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President Woodrow Wilson was unable to ratify his obligation to join the League of. This chapter is concerned with the Covenant of the League of Nations and the particular forms assumed by restrictions on resort to force which appeared in that instrument.

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The Covenant of the League of Nations (Including Amendments adopted to December, ) THE HIGH CONTRACTING PARTIES, In order to promote international co-operation and to achieve international peace and security by the acceptance of obligations not to resort to war, by the prescription of open, just and honourable relations between nations.The author of this book regards the Covenant of the League of Nations rather as a statement of principles than as the complete legal text of an International Constitution.

He believes that these principles must be worked out and modified in accordance with the needs of a changing works, and from this point of view has written a book unique in.warfare under the Covenant of the League of Nations was only prohibited against a State that was prepared to observe judicial or arbitral decisions or a unanimously adopted report of the League's Council.

During the time of the League of Nations various attempts were made to close the loopholes in the new law. The.