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Would Japanese Withdrawal from the League Affect the Status of the Japanese Mandate?

  • Luther Harris Evans (a1)

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1 Procès-Verbal of the Fourth Session of the Council of the League of Nations, Annex 43, p. 149.

2 Ibid., Annex 30b, p. 27.

3 Brown, , Marshall, Philip, “The Mandate over Armenia,” This Journal, Vol. 14 (1920), pp. 396399 .

4 League of Nations Official Journal, 1920, p. 334.

5 ProfessorGoudy, , “On Mandatory Government in the Law of Nations,” in Journal of Comparative Legislation and International Law, 3rd ser., I (1919), Part III, p. 179 .

6 Wright, Quincy, Mandates Under the League of Nations, Chicago, 1930, pp. 439-440.

7 Furukaki, P. T., Les mandats internationally de la Société des Nations , Lyons, 1923, pp. 9596 .

8 League of Nations Official Journal, 1920, p. 334.

9 Stoyanovsky, J., La théorie générale des mandats internationaux , Paris, 1925, p. 55 . Stoyanovsky believes the offer of the Armenian mandate to the United States was made on the assumption that the United States would become a member of the League, and that when it was clear that the United States would not become a member, negotiations were broken off. In view of the resolution of Congress, this explanation appears entirely gratuitous. In agreement with Stoyanovsky is Pallieri, I mandati delta Società delle Nazioni, Turin, 1928, pp. 54–57.

Would Japanese Withdrawal from the League Affect the Status of the Japanese Mandate?

  • Luther Harris Evans (a1)

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