By J. M. Spaight
The legitimacy of aerial struggle, 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, remedy of civilian enemy are one of many conventions of struggle mentioned during this publication. comprises fold-out desk exhibiting how plane and airmen of belligerent or impartial nationality are taken care of after they fall into enemy arms.
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Stands, a belligerent's war Even as the Convention bombardment in sea right of is wide and unrestricted enough. He can an undefended town, for instance, if it does not warfare shell comply with a requisition for supplies ; and he need not refrain from destroying any workshops, storehouses, and military or naval establishments because to destroy them would involve, necessarily, the wrecking of neighbouring parts of the it is city. If the city suffers, simply a case of peaceful property being engulfed — a contingency which the law war recognises and condones.
AIRCRAFT IN WAR 42 Association for 19 13 (published numbers of the Revue de beginning its in hi 19 14) and the in Locomotion adrienne from The articles by M. 19 10 to date. la Jenny-Lycklama in the latter (seethe nos. for September, October, and November 19 10) appear to me to be the finest work yet done in the literature of aerial law. The Madrid Debate of M. 1 91 1 though prepared for the Institute of International Law, was not put to the Instead, the first two vote at the Madrid Session. " that it The discussion at the Conference was concerned war than rather with the general principles of aerial Profound differences of view with detailed rules.
With a naval force ; the But it is different commander might find it impossible to spare a landing party, or he might have to ol withdraw rapidly, and therefore he is allowed a long distance destruction which is denied, or at commander. right was given right least not expressly granted, to a land 1 he reasons for which this commanders appear ''"reater to me to to naval apply equally or with force in the case of attack from the air. The 8 AIRCRAFT IN 1 WAR i impracticability of landing to carry out the destruction and the possibility that a hurried withdrawal part of the attacking force, of a hostile body, may be clearly existent in an It seems to owing on the to the feared arrival more necessary, are even aircraft than in a warship raid.