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ų,S, NAVAL WAR COLLEGE
INTERNATIONAL LAW DISCUSSIONS, 1903
THE UNITED STATES
NAVAL WAR CODE OF 1900
THE UNITED STATES NAVAL WAR CODE, 1900.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF ARMIES OF THE
UNITED STATES IN THE FIELD, 1863.
HAGUE CONVENTION WITH RESPECT TO THE LAWS AND CUS-
TOMS OF WAR ON LAND, 1899.
HAGUE CONVENTION FOR THE ADAPTATION TO MARITIME
WARFARE OF THE PRINCIPLES OF THE GENEVA CONVEN-
The discussion of the United States Naval War Code, 1900, during the summer of 1903, was carried on with the assistance of Mr. George Grafton Wilson, professor in Brown University, by the staff of the college and a large body of active officers of long experience. The discussion should be considered with reference to the explanation set forth on pages 11 and 12.
The discussion resulted in a recommendation that the Code be withdrawn, and accordingly this has been done by the Navy Department's General Order No. 150, February 4, 1904.
C. S. SPERRY.
Captain, U. S. N., President. U. S. NAVAL WAR COLLEGE, Newport, R. I., February 9, 1904.