Historical Account of the Neutrality of Great Britain: During the American Civil War (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from Historical Account of the Neutrality of Great Britain: During the American Civil War
This book is primarily intended as a contribution to the history Of International Law. The struggle in which the American people were engaged between the years 1861 and 1865 was, from its magnitude, from the fact that it was partly maritime, and from the exten sive intercourse which the United States maintain with Europe, singularly fertile in questions regarding the rights and duties of belligerent and neutral. I propose to give a succinct and connected account of these ques tions as they arose. Dry and uninteresting as they will probably appear to most men, such controversies have importance for all civilized communities, Since there are few nations which can indulge the hope that they will not some day be plunged into war, and none that can expect to escape all contact with it.
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