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" The attack or bombardment, by whatever means, of towns, villages, dwellings, or buildings which are undefended is prohibited. "
International Law Codified and Its Legal Sanction: Or, The Legal ... - Page 567
by Pasquale Fiore - 1918 - 750 pages
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The American Journal of International Law, Volume 9

Electronic journals - 1915
...seen fit to bring a certain amount of mitigation to bear. First of all, what places may be bombarded? The attack or bombardment, by whatever means, of towns,...buildings which are undefended is prohibited. (Art. 25 of the Regulations) The same principle is formulated in a Convention relating to bombardment by...
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Texts of the Peace Conferences at the Hague, 1899 and 1907: With English ...

James Brown Scott - Arbitration (International law) - 1908 - 447 pages
...necessary for obtaining information about the enemy and the country are considered permissible. ARTICLE 25 The attack or bombardment, by whatever means, of...dwellings, or buildings which are undefended is prohibited. ARTICLE 26 The officer in command of an attacking force must, before commencing a bombardment, except...
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The Tribune Almanac and Political Register

Horace Greeley - Almanacs, American - 1908
...necessary for obtaining Information about the enemy and the country are considered permissible. "Art. XXV. The attack or bombardment, by whatever means, of towns,...buildings which are undefended Is prohibited. "Art. XXVI. The officer In command of an attacking force must before commencing a bombardment, except In...
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The Law of War Between Belligerents: A History and Commentary

Percy Bordwell - International law - 1908 - 374 pages
...or the use of the Red Cross or of flags of truce for other than their acknowledged purposes. H XXV. The attack or bombardment, by whatever means, of towns,...or buildings, which are undefended is prohibited. Undefended towns not to be bombarded. — This is an application of the principle of H XXIII (g) that...
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The Hague Peace Conferences of 1899 and 1907: A Series of Lectures ..., Volume 2

James Brown Scott - 1909
...necessary for obtaining information about the enemy and the country are considered permissible. ARTICLE 25 The attack or bombardment, by whatever means, of...dwellings, or buildings which are undefended is prohibited. ARTICLE 26 The officer in command of an attacking force must, before commencing a bombardment, except...
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International Law Studies

Naval War College (U.S.) - International law - 1909
...renseignements sur l'ennemi et sur le terrain sont considérés comme licites. LAWS OF WAR ON LAND. ARTICLE 25. The attack or bombardment, by whatever means,...dwellings, or buildings which are undefended is prohibited. ARTICLE 20. The officer in command of an attacking force must, before commencing a bombardment, except...
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International Documents: A Collection of International Conventions and ...

Edward Arthur Whittuck - International law - 1909 - 343 pages
...necessary for obtaining information about the enemy and the country are considered permissible. ARTICLE XXV The attack or bombardment, by whatever means, of towns,...or buildings which are undefended, is prohibited. LES LOIS DE LA GUERRE SUR TERRE ARTICLE XXVI Le commandant des troupes assaillantes, avant d'entreprendre...
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The Hague Peace Conferences of 1899 and 1907: A Series of Lectures ..., Volume 1

James Brown Scott - Arbitration (International law) - 1909
...the manner proposed by Russia and Italy, by inserting in the text the following phrase: "by whatever The attack or bombardment, by whatever means, of towns,...dwellings, or buildings which are undefended is prohibited. The happy wording of this amendment is due to the French Delegation1 and the result of it is that bombardment...
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Handbook of International Law

George Grafton Wilson - Foreign relations - 1910 - 623 pages
...methods necessary to obtain information about the enemy and the country, are considered allowable. Art. 25. The attack or bombardment by whatever means, of towns, villages, habitations or buildings which are not defended, is prohibited. Art. 26. The Commander of an attacking...
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Swords and Ploughshares: Or, The Supplanting of the System of War by the ...

Lucia True Ames Mead - International cooperation - 1912 - 249 pages
...Tripoli. In 1907, at the Second Hague Conference, no nation made any reservation in the prohibition of "attack or bombardment by whatever means of towns,...villages, dwellings, or buildings which are undefended." This would exclude aerial attack there. To extend the hell of war to a new region just as the new substitutes...
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