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Page 41 - The preservation of the common interests of all Powers in China by insuring the independence and integrity of the Chinese Empire and the principle of equal opportunities for the commerce and industry of all nations in China...
Page 44 - It is understood that the action of Japan will not extend to the Pacific Ocean beyond the China Seas except in so far as it may be necessary to protect Japanese shipping lines in the Pacific, nor beyond Asiatic waters westward of the China Seas, nor to any foreign territory except territory in German occupation on the Continent of Eastern Asia.
Page 42 - Alliance between Japan and Great Britain, in order to secure a firm and enduring peace in Eastern Asia, the establishment of which is the aim of the said agreement, the...
Page 302 - Gift of The People of the United States Through the Victory Book Campaign / (A. L A. — ARC — US 0.) To the Armed Forces and Merchant Marine THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1920
Page 42 - To deliver on a date not later than September IS to the Imperial Japanese authorities, without condition or compensation, the entire leased territory of Kiaochau with a view to the eventual restoration of the same to China.
Page 171 - Neutral ships will also incur danger in the war region, where, in view of the misuse of neutral flags ordered by the British Government and incidents inevitable in sea warfare, attacks intended for hostile ships may affect neutral ships also.
Page 171 - The waters round Great Britain and Ireland, including the whole of the English Channel, are herewith proclaimed a war region. " On and after February 18 every enemy merchant vessel found in this war region will be destroyed without its always being possible to warn the crew or passengers of the dangers threatening.
Page 442 - ... its southern extremity a deep ravine, with exceedingly steep, scrub-clad sides, runs inland in a northeasterly direction. Near the northern end of the beach a small but steep gully runs up into the hills at right angles to the shore. Between the ravine and the gully the whole of the beach is backed by the seaward face of the spur which forms the north-western side of the ravine.
Page 45 - It is with profound regret that we, in spite of our ardent devotion to the cause of peace, are thus compelled to declare war, especially at this early period of our reign and while we are still in mourning for our lamented mother.