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WITH SOLUTIONS AND NOTES
WASHINGTON : 1936
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This volume of International Law Situations for 1934 has, as in recent years, been prepared by George Grafton Wilson, LL.D., professor of international law at Harvard University. It covers topics upon which opinion has been changing, particularly since 1910 and which have been the subject of discussion by the War College Class of 1935. The method followed has been to propound situations for consideration by the officers, members of the class, and after critical discussion to organize the material for publication. The conclusions reached are in no way authoritative but the notes afford a convenient survey of materials relating to the subjects presented in the situations.
In order to increase the usefulness of this publication, criticisms and suggestions covering timely topics for discussion will be welcomed by the War College.
E. C. KALBFUS,
President Naval War College. JUNE 25, 1935.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
FEB 4 36
With the completion of this year's course in international law the thirty-fifth year of continuous association of Prof. George Grafton Wilson, Ph.D., LL.D., with the Naval War College came to a close. At the final lecture of the year, on March 25, 1935, the President took occasion to recognize the valuable services of Professor Wilson, past and present, and to express to him the appreciation and esteem of the President and officers of the Naval War College and of the naval service at large.
Solution (a), (b), (c), and (d)..
1 Attention is called to the Appendices in which are the joint resolu-