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THE TREATIES OF PEACE WITH AUSTRIA
For 1919 the Naval War College volume on International Law was an indexed reprint of the treaty of peace between the Allied and Associated Powers and Germany of June 28, 1919. This volume for 1920 contains the treaties of peace between the Allied and the Associated Powers and Austria of September 10, 1919, and Hungary of June 4, 1920, with notes and an index. Although the United States has been at war with these Powers since 1917, and has not ratified these treaties, their provisions are, however, binding upon certain States which have ratified them. In relations with these States officers of the Navy may need to have knowledge of the conventional agreements embodied in these treaties.
The discussions upon international law at the Naval War College have, during the year 1920, been conducted by George Grafton Wilson, LL. D., professor of international law in Harvard University, and have given special attention to problems arising under the treaties of peace.
Wm. S. Sims,
President Naval War College,
Newport, B. I.
December 31, 1920.
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