The twelfth year of the Permanent Court of International Justice has not been marked by a large number of judgments and opinions, but in the Eastern Greenland Case the Court had the greatest triumph which it has achieved down to this time. During the year 1933, the Court was in session for 178 days. The 26th session of the Court, which had begun on October 14, 1932 and in which a recess was taken on December 16,1932, was resumed on January 16, 1933, and continued until April 5, 1933. The 27th session, the ordinary annual session, began on February 1 and continued until April 19, 1933. The 28th session was held from May 10 to May 16, and the 29th session from July 10 to July 29,1933. The 30th session began on October 20, 1933, and continued until December 15,1933.