By J. M. Spaight

The legitimacy of aerial battle, the Hague laws, codes for aerial battle, the Madrid Debate of 1911, sovereignty or freedom of the air, belligerent access of impartial territory, seizure and confiscation, therapy of civilian enemy are one of many conventions of warfare mentioned during this booklet. comprises fold-out desk exhibiting how plane and airmen of belligerent or impartial nationality are handled after they fall into enemy fingers.

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For one these days. thing, Retribution follows assuredly in a lessened and civilisation of the offendstatesmen and troops in the community of respect for the humanity ing nation's National reputation is an asset that is highly by modern States north of the Danube. A country does not lightly throw away its fair fame as a powers. prized AIRCRAFT IN 24 WAR and scrupulous belligerent and waging clean and honourable war. i gallant its for Still is the other sanction —the Power reputation stronger certainty that reprisals will strong enough and determined enough to avenge itself.

As the first sentence stands who does not cover the case of the civilian spy enters the enemy's lines quite openly, the openness and That suspicion. and trusting to boldness of his action to disarm an inconceivable occur- this is not and frequent misunderaccompany military operations, the many war correspondents prove. There rence, in the general confusion standings that experiences of is a strictly no case. apparently, false pretence nor clandestine act such The second paragraph of the article an attempt to mend by expansion faulty drafting of the apart from in its first.

Private enemy aircraft is all that a belligerent's military interests. is necessary to protect Ill THE CODES PROPOSED BY FAUCHILLE AND OTHERS M. War Projected Codes for Aerial Except Hague for the four references, just quoted, in the aerial legislation, remains warfare domain of the "law of nations," that governed by the principles, undefined is, in its the in conduct is many respects yet generally recognised, of International Law, just as the conduct of land war was A Regletnent of 1899. code for before air the Hague warfare will no doubt be discussed at the next Hague Conference.

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