DOCTRINE OF CONTINUOUS VOYAGE.
Item #: 3637
Published: Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2002.
Series: JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY STUDIES IN HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE, SERIES 44
Subjects: ADMIRALTY, MILITARY LAW
The author reviews the origin of the doctrine of continuousvoyage in the so called "rule of war of 1756," itsapplication by the British to blockade and the carriage ofcontraband before and during the Napoleonic wars, theinterpretations which Sir William Scott placed upon it, andthe more recent applications and extensions which itreceived during the Crimean war, the American Civil War, thewar of 1896 between Italy and Abyssinia, the Boar War andespecially the World War. There is also a summary of thediscussions of the subject at the London Naval Conference.
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