By J. M. Spaight
The legitimacy of aerial warfare, the Hague laws, codes for aerial conflict, the Madrid Debate of 1911, sovereignty or freedom of the air, belligerent access of impartial territory, seizure and confiscation, therapy of civilian enemy are among the conventions of battle mentioned during this ebook. contains fold-out desk exhibiting how plane and airmen of belligerent or impartial nationality are taken care of after they fall into enemy fingers.
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Is passive dissimulation in the former case, active in the latter. The which deal with espionage in the codes of MM. d'Hooghe, and Le Moyne follow closely the wording of Article 29 of the Reglement. It seems to me undesirable to transfer the terms of articles Fauchille, Even Hague rule that very unsatisfactory provision to air law. in is it its application to land espionage the lacking in precision. As the first sentence stands who does not cover the case of the civilian spy enters the enemy's lines quite openly, the openness and That suspicion.