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" Neutrals are therefore warned against further entrusting crews and passengers and wares to such ships. Their attention is also called to the fact that it is advisable for their ships to avoid entering this area, for even though the German naval forces... "
The War from this Side: Editorials from the North American, Philadelphia ... - Page 6
1916
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The American Year Book, Volume 1915

Statistics - 1916
...and wares to such ships. Their attention is also called to the fact that It is advisable for their ships to avoid entering this area, for even though...their becoming victims of torpedoes directed against enemy ships cannot always be averted. . . . It Is to be expected that the neutral powers will show...
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Current Opinion, Volume 58

Frank Crane, Edward Jewitt Wheeler - Literature - 1915
...this area, for even tho the German naval forces have instructions to avoid violence to neutral shjps, in so far as they are recognizable, in view of the...of neutral flags ordered by the British government WHAT IF AN AMERICAN SHIP GOES DOWN? 155 SAFETY FIRST — NY World and the contingencies of naval warfare,...
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Der Weltkrieg und Das Völkerrecht

Ernst Müller, Ernst Müller-Meiningen - International law - 1915 - 405 pages
...orders to avoid all acts of violence against neutral vessels, in so far as these are recognizable, yet in view of the misuse of neutral flags ordered by the British Government and the accidents of war, it may not always be possible to prevent such ships falling victims to attacks directed...
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A Text-book of the War for Americans

James William White - Pangermanism - 1915 - 551 pages
...such (English and French) ships. Their attention is called to the fact that it is advisable for their ships to avoid entering this area, for, even though the German naval forces have instruction to avoid violence to neutral ships in so far as they are recognizable, in view of the misuse...
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The Lusitania case

World War, 1914-1918 - 1915
...passengers of the dangers threatening. 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....
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The American Year Book, Volume 1915

Simon Newton Dexter North, Francis Graham Wickware, Albert Bushnell Hart - Statistics - 1916
...and wares to such ships. Their attention is also called to the fact that it is advisable for their ships to avoid entering this area, for even though...recognizable, in view of the misuse of neutral flags ordered hv the British Government and the contingencies of naval warfare, their becoming victims of torpedoes...
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Annual Register

History - 1916
...passengers of the dangers threatening. " 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....
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The Pirate's Progress: A Short History of the U-boat

William Archer - Cuentos americanos - 1918 - 106 pages
...passengers of the dangers threatening. 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....
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The Canadian Annual Review of Public Affairs

Canada - 1916
...and wares to such ships. Their attention is also called to the fact that it is advisable for their ships to avoid entering this area, for even though...avoid violence to neutral ships in so far as they are recognisable, in view of the misuse of neutral flags ordered by the British Government and the contingencies...
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The German Submarine War 1914-1918

R.H. Gibson, Maurice Prendergast - 2002 - 438 pages
...and passengers are thereby threatened. ' 2. Neutral ships, too, will run a risk in the War Zone, for in view of the misuse of neutral flags ordered by the British Government on January 31, and owing to the hazards of naval warfare, it may not always be possible to prevent...
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