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The Limitation of Armaments: A Collection of the Projects Proposed for the ...
Christian Lous Lange,Hans Wehberg,Edwin Hermann Zeydel
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Seite 31 - The Second Peace Conference confirms the Resolution adopted by the Conference of 1899 In regard to the limitation of military expenditure; and inasmuch as military expenditure has considerably increased In almost every country since that time, the Conference declares that it is eminently desirable that the Governments should resume the serious examination of this question.
Seite 82 - The Judges appointed by the following Contracting Powers: Germany, the United States of America, Austria-Hungary, France, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, and Russia, are always summoned to sit. The Judges and Deputy Judges appointed by the other Contracting Powers sit by rota as shown in the table annexed to the present Convention; their duties may be performed successively by the same person. The same Judge may be appointed by several of the said Powers.
Seite 9 - States, do, by this my proclamation, make known and declare that the arrangement aforesaid, and every stipulation thereof, has been duly entered into, concluded and confirmed, and is of full force and effect.
Seite 16 - The Conference expresses the wish that the Governments, taking into consideration the proposals made at the Conference, may examine the possibility of an agreement as to the limitation of armed forces by land and sea, and of war budgets.
Seite 11 - I. The High Contracting Parties mutually engage not to have in the Black Sea any other vessels of war than those of which the number, the force, and the dimensions are hereinafter stipulated.
Seite 36 - The actual standard of new construction which the Admiralty has in fact followed during recent years has been to develop a 60 per cent, superiority in vessels of the Dreadnought type over the German Navy on the basis of the existing fleet law.
Seite 8 - On Lake Ontario, to one vessel not exceeding one hundred tons burden, and armed with one eighteen pound cannon. "On the Upper Lakes, to two vessels not exceeding like burden each, and armed with like force. "On the waters of Lake Champlain, to one vessel not exceeding like burden, and armed with like force.
Seite 8 - Esq., at that time acting as Secretary for the Department of State of the United States, for and in behalf of the Government of the United States, and the Right Honorable Charles Bagot, His Britannic Majesty's envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary, for and in behalf of His Britannic Majesty, which arrangement is in the words following, to wit : "The naval force to be...
Seite 37 - We should not in ordinary circumstances begin our ships until she has started hers. The three ships that she did not build would therefore automatically wipe out no fewer than five British potential super-Dreadnoughts, and that is more than I expect them to hope to do in a brilliant naval action.