2 edition of international legal status of the Kwantung leased territory found in the catalog.
international legal status of the Kwantung leased territory
C. Walter Young
|Statement||by C. Walter Young.|
|Series||His Japan"s jurisdiction and international legal position in Manchuria ;, v.2|
|LC Classifications||DS783.7 .Y65 vol. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 249 p. :|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||31022419|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Young, C. Walter (Carl Walter), International legal status of the Kwantung leased territory. The Kwantung Leased Territory (Japanese: 關東州, Kantō-shū) was a leased territory of the Empire of Japan in the Liaodong Peninsula in and from to Japan acquired Kwantung from the Qing Empire in in the Treaty of Shimonoseki after victory in the First Sino-Japanese ng was located at the militarily and economically significant southern tip of the Liaodong Capital: Dairen.
These three important volumes appear most opportunely at the moment when reliable information on Manchuria and on Japan's special position there is in urgent demand. They are from the pen of an authority who has lived for a number of years in Manchuria and who has thus had direct access to valuable sources of information.
The three volumes comprise a series under the general. Japan's special position in Manchuria, the second with the international legal status of the Kwantung leased territory, and the third with Japanese jurisdiction in the South Manchurian railway area.
Each is introduced in a foreword by Professor W. Willoughby, who pays a high but not unmerited tribute to the author's knowledge and. Pages in category "Kwantung Leased Territory" The following 10 pages are in this category, out of 10 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). A recent addition is titled: “Fifty years of the British Indian Ocean territory: legal perspectives.” This book, produced in response to the 50th anniversary of the British Indian Ocean Territory’s founding, also assesses the impact of the decisions taken in respect of the Territory against a wider background of decolonization while.
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The International Legal Status of the Kwantung Leased Territory. by C. Walter Young (pp. ) Review by: George Grafton Wilson. Follow C. Walter Young and explore their bibliography from 's C. Walter Young Author Page. Kwantung Leased Territory synonyms, Kwantung Leased Territory pronunciation, Kwantung Leased Territory translation, English dictionary definition of Kwantung Leased Territory.
n a strategic territory of NE China, at the S tip of the Liaodong Peninsula of Manchuria: leased forcibly by Russia in ; taken over by Japan in. Kwantung Leased Territory Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia. a strategic territory of NE China, at the S tip of the Liaodong Peninsula of Manchuria: leased forcibly by Russia in ; taken over by Japan in ; occupied by the Soviet Union in and subsequently returned to China on the condition of shared administration; made part of.
Kwantung Leased Territory definition: a strategic territory of NE China, at the S tip of the Liaodong Peninsula of Manchuria: | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
It was incorporated with the legal designation of a “special company” and focused specifically on Japanese rights to the South Manchuria branch of the China Far East Railway, which the Japanese government had newly acquired from Russia along with the Kwantung Leased Territory on the Liaodong Peninsula in China.
This book also explores the legal principles in play in boundary disputes and the nature and role of boundary treaties. Finally, Shaw examines situations where a non-sovereign power exercises control over a territory, including cases of belligerent occupation and aspects of international territorial administration.
Kwantung Revenues Post War. Soviet forces entered into the former Kwantung Leased Territory shortly after the Japanese surrender of 18th August and postal services were suspended for six months.
The Russians quickly established links to the local communist areas and gradually this increased to all communist held areas in China. "In writing this book," says the author, "I have been greatly impressed by the fact that the strata of human history are nearly common throughout many 1 On the title page this name is erroneously given as Yosoburo.
REVIEWS OF BOOKS countries, many races. Territory of States -- International Law 1. TERRITORY OF STATES CHAPTER IX – MITRA, Karyll Ann G 2.
TERRITORY DEFINED: Territory in international law means any area of the earth’s surface which is the subject of sovereign rights and interests.
It is a definite part of the surface of the earth where the state normally exercises jurisdiction over persons or things to the exclusion of .The South Seas Mandate, officially the Mandate for the German Possessions in the Pacific Ocean lying North of the Equator, was a League of Nations mandate in the "South Seas" given to the Empire of Japan by the League of Nations following World War mandate consisted of islands in the north Pacific Ocean that had been part of German New Guinea within the German colonial empire until they Capital: Koror City.that "international relations in their more vital aspects, revolve about the possession of territory".4 This crucial role, thus played by territory and its attendant legal concepts, has been evident in all stages of the development of international law and changes in the nature .