The Annexation of the Baltic States and its Effect on the Development of Law Prohibiting Forcible Seizure of Territory

The Annexation of the Baltic States and its Effect on the Development of Law Prohibiting Forcible Seizure of Territory

By: Hough, William J.H. III

Price: $20.00


pp 301-533 ( New York Law School Journal of International and Comparative Law Volume 6 Number 2 Winter 1985) - a very good, clean, tight copy. "The annexation of the Baltic States has served as a major precedent - one which has moved international law onto a plane much higher than that existing in 1940. For the first time in recorded history, the majority of the members of the world community have refused over a lengthy period to recognize the legitimacy of title acquired through conquest." (W.J.H. Hough III)

Title: The Annexation of the Baltic States and its Effect on the Development of Law Prohibiting Forcible Seizure of Territory

Author Name: Hough, William J.H. III

Categories: Latvian (All Categories)), Vesture (History), General (English Language et.al.),

Publisher: New York, New York Law School: 1985

Binding: Original Card

Book Condition: Very Good +

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Item: 1.00

Seller ID: 002392

Keywords: Baltic States