A scrap of paper : breaking and making international law during the Great War / Isabel V. Hull.
Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2014.
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Prologue : what we have forgotten Belgian neutrality The "Belgian atrocities" and the laws of war on land Occupation and the treatment of enemy civilians 191-279 Great Britain and the blockade Breaking and making international law : the blockade, 1915-1918 Germany and new weapons : the submarine, zeppelin, poison gas, flame thrower Unrestricted submarine warfare Reprisals : prisoners of war and allied aerial bombardment Conclusion.
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Print version: Hull, Isabel V. Scrap of paper : breaking and making international law during the Great War. Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2014