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Royal Navy Admiralty suggest rules laid out in Article 19 of Hague Convention XIII are unsatisfactory, March 31 1939

Royal Navy Admiralty suggest rules laid out in Article 19 of Hague Convention XIII are unsatisfactory; they agree that a neutral is only obligated to provide sufficient for a ship to reach next port. It also discusses the neutrality of cargo and the Panama Canal Authorities ruling on fuelling of belligerent warships.
Item Type: Despatch
Date: 31 March 1939
Title of document: Royal Navy Admiralty suggest rules laid out in Article 19 of Hague Convention XIII are unsatisfactory
Authors or Creators: Phillips, Thomas Spencer Vaughan (Rear Admiral and Adviser to King George VI)
Recipients: Cadogan, Alexander (UK Permanent Under Secretaries of State for Foreign Affairs)
Places: The Americas > North America > United of States of America
Europe > Northern Europe > United Kingdom
The Americas > Central America > Panama
Reference: FO 115/ 3420 - Shipping Fuel for Belligerent Warships
URI: http://archive.atlantic-archive.org/id/eprint/743
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