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  • for the protection of the public. It is also argued that by the Geneva Convention of 1929, which was ratified by the United States [5] in 1932, the United
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  • Works entitled Geneva Convention 891Works entitled Geneva Convention Geneva Convention may refer to: First Geneva Convention "for the Amelioration
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  • would become Article 36 of the UCMJ) or the Geneva Convention of 1929, 47 Stat. 2021 (1929 Geneva Convention). The Court explained that Yamashita was neither
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  • Neither Article 19 of Hague Convention No. X, 36 Stat. 2371, 2389, nor Article 26 of the Geneva Red Cross Convention of 1929, 47 Stat. 2074, 2092, refers
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  • for the United States is March 7, 1985. UCC Geneva · Party to the Universal Copyright Convention, Geneva, 1952, as of the date given. The effective date
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  • with similar titles, see First Geneva Convention. First Geneva Convention  (1864)  939179First Geneva Convention1864 Article 1. Ambulances and
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  • Geneva Convention Second Geneva Convention 2420Geneva Convention — Second Geneva Convention The undersigned Plenipotentiaries of the Governments
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  • Conference held at Geneva from April 21 to August 12, 1949, for the purpose of revising the Convention concluded at Geneva on July 27, 1929, relative to the
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  • with similar titles, see First Geneva Convention. First Geneva Convention  (1949)  4890First Geneva Convention1949 The undersigned Plenipotentiaries
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  • Convention between Great Britain, China and Tibet: Simla  (1914)  The plenipotentiaries of the high powers who signed the treaty 414258Convention
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  • the cessation of active hostilities in accordance with the Third Geneva Convention of 12 August 1949;2 Calls upon Iran and Iraq to cooperate with the
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  • namely, that the provisions of the 1929 Geneva Convention were not judicially enforceable because that Convention contemplated that diplomatic measures
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  • Nations Security Council Resolution 1929 by the United Nations 639416United Nations Security Council Resolution 1929by the United Nations Adopted
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  • U.S. 763 (1950), it was said to be the "obvious scheme" of the 1929 Geneva Convention that "[r]ights of alien enemies are vindicated under it only through
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  • Canton of Geneva. The Cabinets of the Allied Courts will use their good offices for inducing" His Sardinian Majesty to cede to the Canton of Geneva the Communes
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  • the International Law Commission draft to its present form in the Convention, the Geneva Conference intended also to change its meaning. Precisely the opposite
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  • etc. : International Convention to Facilitate the Importation of Commercial Samples and Advertising Material. Done at Geneva, on 7 November 1952 255
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  • July 27, 1929, For the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and the Sick of Armies in the Field, 47 Stat. 2074 (1932); Geneva Convention of August
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  • Commission was in excess of its jurisdiction: two based on the Geneva Convention on July 27, 1929, 47 Stat. 2021, with which we deal later; and two apparently
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  • freethought and speech (La libre parole). Clemenceau, George Eugene Benjamin (1841-1929), famous French statesman. His atheism and hostility to the Church were as
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