The Making of the Reparation and Economic Sections of the Treaty

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Harper & Brothers, 1920 - 352 pages
 

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Page 291 - The Allied Governments feel that no doubt ought to be allowed to exist as to what this provision implies. By it they understand that compensation will be made by Germany for all damage done to the civilian population of the Allies and their property by the aggression of Germany by land, by sea, and from the air.
Page 308 - What we seek is the reign of law, based upon the consent of the governed and sustained by the organized opinion of mankind.
Page 201 - Germany undertakes to recognise any new nationality which has been or may be acquired by her nationals under the laws of the Allied and Associated Powers and in accordance with the decisions of the competent authorities of these Powers pursuant to...
Page 112 - Tribunal shall be established between each of the Allied and Associated Powers on the one hand and Germany on the other hand. Each such Tribunal shall consist of three members. Each of the Governments concerned shall appoint one of these members. The President shall be chosen by agreement between the two Governments concerned. In case of failure to reach agreement, the President of the Tribunal...
Page 130 - In order to enable the Allied and Associated Powers to proceed at once to the restoration of their industrial and economic life...
Page 181 - All property and possessions belonging to the German Empire or to the German States situated in such territories shall be transferred with the territories to the Mandatory Power in its capacity as such and no payment shall be made nor any credit, given to those Governments in consideration of this transfer.
Page 193 - German territory, from whatsoever place arriving, shall not be subjected to other or higher duties or charges (including internal charges) than those...
Page 240 - ... rights and interests in the territory of other enemy Powers, in so far as those claims are otherwise unsatisfied.
Page 276 - August 1, 1914, until the coming into force of the present Treaty shall be excluded in considering the time within which a patent should be worked or a...
Page 127 - The Allied and Associated Governments recognize that the resources of Germany are not adequate, after taking into account permanent diminutions of such resources which will result from other provisions of the present Treaty, to make complete reparation for all such loss and damage.

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