1 Procès-Verbal of the Fourth Session of the Council of the League of Nations, Annex 43, p. 149.
2Ibid., Annex 30b, p. 27.
3Brown, , Marshall, Philip, “The Mandate over Armenia,”This Journal, Vol. 14 (1920), pp. 396–399.
4 League of Nations Official Journal, 1920, p. 334.
5ProfessorGoudy, , “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.
7Furukaki, P. T., Les mandats internationally de la Société des Nations, Lyons, 1923, pp. 95–96.
8 League of Nations Official Journal, 1920, p. 334.
9Stoyanovsky, 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.
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