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THE TREATIES OF PEACE

1919-1923

TEXTS OF THE TREATIES

OF

VERSAILLES, ST. GERMAIN-EN-LAYE, TRIANON,

NEUILLY, SÈVRES, LAUSANNE, AND

THE STRAITS CONVENTION

Including 16 Maps, showing Territorial Changes,

a Cables Map, and a Map of the

League of Nations in 1923

MAPS COMPILED ESPECIALLY FOR THIS EDITION
By COLONEL LAWRENCE MARTIN

of Washington, D. C.

TWO VOLUMES

BOUND IN CLOTH

Price $3.00 per set, postpaid

(IN PREPARATION)

PUBLISHED BY THE
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR INTERNATIONAL CONCILIATION

407 WEST 117TH STREET

APR 20 1924

F5 INTERNATIONAL CONCILIATION

Published monthly by the
American Association for International Conciliation.
Entered as second-class matter at Greenwich, Conn.,
Post Office, July 3, 1920, under Act of August 24, 1912.

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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR INTERNATIONAL CONCILIATION
EDITORIAL OFFICE: 407 WEST 117TH STREET, NEW YORK CITY

PUBLICATION OFFICE: GREENWICH, CONN.

It is the aim of the Association for International Conciliation to awaken interest and to seek cooperation in the movement to promote international good will. This movement depends for its ultimate success upon increased international understanding, appreciation, and sympathy. To this end, documents are printed and widely circulated, giving information as to the progress of the movement and as to matters connected therewith, in order that individual citizens, the newspaper press, and organizations of various kinds may have accurate information on these subjects readily available.

The Association endeavors to avoid, as far as possible, contentious questions, and in particular questions relating to the domestic policy of any given nation. Attention is to be fixed rather upon those underlying principles of international law, international conduct, and international organization, which must be agreed upon and enforced by all nations if peaceful civilization is to continue and to be advanced. A list of publications will be found on page 33.

Subscription rate: Twenty-five cents for one year, or one dollar for five years.

CONTENTS

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1. THE PERMANENT COURT OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE,

An Address by Mr. John Bassett Moore, Judge of
the Permanent Court of International Justice,
delivered on Alumni Day, February 12, 1924, at
Columbia University, New York

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II. THE UNITED STATES AND THE COURT

Extract from an Address delivered by the late

President Harding at St. Louis, June 21, 1923
Extract from President Coolidge's Message to

Congress, December 6, 1923 .

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III. INFORMATION REGARDING THE COURT

States that have signed the Protocol
States that have ratified the Protocol
States that have signed the Optional Clause .
States that have ratified the Optional Clause
Original Composition of the Court.
Sessions of the Court .
Advisory Opinions given by the Court
Judgment pronounced by the Court in the case of

the S.S. Wimbledon
Sources for additional information

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