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

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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: 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

Seller ID: 002392

Keywords: Baltic States