The Knight Commander Case, 16 Yale Law Journal 566 (1907)
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.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Woolsey, Theodore S., "The Knight Commander Case" (1907). Faculty Scholarship Series. 4145.