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" The accused was condemned to death because, although he was not a member of a combatant force, he made an attempt on the afternoon of March 20, 1915, to ram the German submarine U-33 near the Maas lightship. The accused, as well as the first officer and... "
The Fighting Fleets: Five Months of Active Service with the American ... - Page 328
by Ralph Delahaye Paine - 1918 - 392 pages
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The American Journal of International Law

Electronic journals - 1916
...although he was not a member of a combatant force, he made an attempt on the afternoon of March 20, 1915, to ram the German submarine U-33 near the Maas...from the British Admiralty a gold watch as a reward of his brave conduct on that occasion, and his action was mentioned with praise in the House of Commons....
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The American Journal of International Law

Electronic journals - 1916
...although he was not a member of a combatant force, he made an attempt on the afternoon of March 20, 1915, to ram the German submarine U-33 near the Maas...from the British Admiralty a gold watch as a reward of his brave conduct on that occasion, and hia action was mentioned with praise in the House of Commons....
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International Cases: Arbitrations and Incidents Illustrative of ..., Volume 2

Ellery Cory Stowell, Henry Fraser Munro - International law - 1916
...although he was not a member of a combatant force, he made an attempt on the afternoon of March 20, 1916, to ram the German submarine U-33 near the Maas lightship....from the British Admiralty a gold watch as a reward of his brave conduct on that occasion, and his action was mentioned with praise in the House of Commons....
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The American Journal of International Law

International law - 1916
...decision of a national court nor of a prize court in a particular country binds a foreign country. This German submarine U-33 near the Maas lightship. The...from the British Admiralty a gold watch as a reward of his brave conduct on that occasion, and his action was mentioned with praise in the House of Commons....
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New York Times Current History: the European war, Volume 8

1917
...although he was not a member of a combatant force, he made an attempt on the afternoon of March 20, 1915. to ram the German submarine U-33 near the Maas lightship. The accused, аз well as the first officer and the chief engineer of the steamer, received at the time from the...
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History of the World War: An Authentic Narrative of the World's ..., Volume 1

Francis Andrew March, Richard Joseph Beamish - Dummies (Bookselling) - 1919 - 736 pages
...although he was not a member of a combatant force, he made an attempt on the afternoon of March 20, 1915, to ram the German submarine U-33 near the Maas...from the British Admiralty a gold watch as a reward of his brave conduct on that occasion, and his action was mentioned with praise in the House of Commons....
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Harper's Pictorial Library of the World War, Volume 10

Albert Bushnell Hart - World War, 1914-1918 - 1920
...attempt on the afternoon of March 20, 1915, to ram the German submarine U- 33 near the Maas Lighthouse. The accused as well as the first officer and the chief...from the British Admiralty a gold watch as a reward of his brave conduct on that occasion, and his action was mentioned with praise in the House of Commons....
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Current History, Volume 8

World politics - 1917
...although he was not a member of a combatant force, he made an attempt on the afternoon of March 20, 1915. to ram the German submarine U-33 near the . Maas lightship. The accused, as well ал the first officer ,'f and the chief engineer of the steamer, received at the time from the British...
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World War I: History of the World War, Complete Edition, Volume 4

Francis A. March - History - 2008 - 264 pages
...although he was not a member of a combatant force, he made an attempt on the afternoon of March 20, 1915, to ram the German submarine U-33 near the Maas...from the British Admiralty a gold watch as a reward of his brave conduct on that occasion, and his action was mentioned with praise in the House of Commons....
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