Introduction Part I. Emergence and elaboration of principles (1815-1939). 1. Territoriality, nation-state, and the integrity of national patrimony in the nineteenth century 2. State succession in cultural property: peace treaty practice (1918-1939) Part II. Consolidation and codification of the law (1940-1989). 3. The Second World War, decolonization, and state succession in cultural property 4. In search for a new global order: the codification of state succession and the development of international cultural heritage law Part III. Building a new consensus on cultural heritage: state succession after 1989. 5. State succession in state property and tangible cultural heritage in the post-Cold War context 6. New horizons of state succession: reconciliation and cultural cooperation 7. Conclusion Annex. 'Draft proposal of guiding principles relating to the succession of states in respect of tangible cultural heritage'.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 341-361) and index.