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The Knight Commander Case, 16 Yale Law Journal 566 (1907)

Abstract

Although but one of several instances of the same sort, involving the question of the legality of the destruction of a neutral ship by a belligerent, the sinking of the Knight Commander excited so much adverse comment in England at the time and has given rise to so much discussion since, as to make it a test case, one upon which it is convenient to base an inquiry.

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