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" February 18 next, any merchant vessels of the enemy which present themselves at the seat of war above indicated, although it may not always be possible to avert the dangers which may menace persons and merchandise. "
World's War Events: Recorded by Statesmen, Commanders, Historians and by Men ... - Page 282
edited by - 1919
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The American Journal of International Law

Electronic journals - 1918
...voyage. Judge Mayer says: It will be noted that nothing is stated in the German memorandum, supra, as to sinking enemy merchant vessels without warning,...be possible to avert the dangers which may menace person and merchandise." On May 1, 1915, the sailing date of the Lusitania, the following advertisement,...
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The American Journal of International Law

International law - 1918
...voyage. Judge Mayer says: It will be noted that nothing is stated in the German memorandum, supra, as to sinking enemy merchant vessels without warning,...be possible to avert the dangers which may menace person and merchandise." On May 1, 1915, the sailing date of the Lusitania, the following advertisement,...
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The Prize Code of the German Empire: As in Force July 1, 1914

Germany - Prize law - 1915 - 177 pages
...next, any merchant vessels of the enemy which present themselves at the seat of war above indicated, although it may not always be possible to avert the...dangers which may menace persons and merchandise. Neutral powers are accordingly forewarned not to continue to entrust their crews, passengers, or merchandise...
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America's Case Against Germany

Lindsay Rogers - Germany - 1917 - 264 pages
...next, any merchant vessels of the enemy which present themselves at the seat of war above indicated, although it may not always be possible to avert the...dangers which may menace persons and merchandise. Neutral powers are accordingly forewarned not to continue to intrust their crews, passengers, or merchandise...
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The Problems of Neutrality when the World is at War: A History of ..., Part 1

Simeon Davidson Fess - Germany - 1917 - 431 pages
...next, any merchant vessels of the enemy which present themselves at the seat of war above indicated, although it may not always be possible to avert the...dangers which may menace persons and merchandise. Neutral powers are accordingly forewarned not to continue to intrust their crews, passengers, or merchandise...
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A Survey of International Relations Between the United States and Germany ...

James Brown Scott - Germany - 1918 - 390 pages
...next, any merchant vessels of the enemy which present themselves at the seat of war above indicated, although it may not always be possible to avert the...dangers which may menace persons and merchandise. Neutral powers are accordingly forewarned not to continue to entrust their crews, passengers, or merchandise...
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International Law Situations

International law - 1918
...next, any merchant vessels of the enemy which present themselves at the seat of war above indicated, although it may not always be possible to avert the...dangers which may menace persons and merchandise. Neutral powers are accordingly forewarned not to continue to entrust their crews, passengers, or merchandise...
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America at War: A Handbook of Patriotic Education References

Albert Bushnell Hart - World War, 1914-1918 - 1918 - 425 pages
...next, any merchant vessels of the enemy which present themselves at the seat of war above indicated, although it may not always be possible to avert the...dangers which may menace persons and merchandise. Neutral powers are accordingly forewarned not to continue to entrust their crews, passengers or merchandise...
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International Law Studies

International law - 1918
...next, any merchant vesseis of the enemy which present themselves at the seat of war above indicated, although It may not always be possible to avert the dangers which may menace persons and merchaudise. Neutral powers are accordingly forewarned not to continue to entrust their crews, passengers,...
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New York Times Current History: the European war, Volume 17

1919
...another. THE CHANGED COURSE It will be noted that nothing is stated in the German memorandum, supra, as to sinking enemy merchant vessels without warning,...from New York to Liverpool, beginning with that of Jan. 30, 1915, steered a course further off from the south coast of Ireland than formerly. In addition,...
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