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Geographic Disarmament

Geographic Disarmament

By J. H. Marshall-Cornwall

Oxford University Press, 1935, 219 pp.

This volume, published under the auspices of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, is a pioneer study of the history and practice of demilitarization. The author considers particularly the working of the demilitarization clauses of the peace treaties and the conditions for success in the future application of the system. He rates it highly as a method of preventing conflict.