A Scrap of Paper: Breaking and Making International Law During the Great World War by Isabel V. Hull
Published by Cornell University Press on May 13th 2014
Genres: Foreign & International Law, Law, Military
Len's Summary: The profound tension between international law and military necessity illustrated by differing French, British and German responses and how state structures and differing legal traditions shaped these responses in seven discrete instances. // A comparative study of decision-making in England, France and Germany as regards Belgian neutrality, the land war in the west, occupation of enemy territory, blockade, unrestricted submarine warfare and the introduction of new weaponry including poison gas and the zeppelin.