TITLE

Should the London Treaty be Ratified? Pro

AUTHOR(S)
Pratt, William V.
PUB. DATE
June 1930
SOURCE
Congressional Digest;Jun/Jul30, Vol. 9 Issue 6/7, p176
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses governing factors of the London Naval Treaty. Good will; Naval effectiveness; Costs.
ACCESSION #
11205633

 

Related Articles

  • The London Naval Treaty Explained.  // Congressional Digest;Jun/Jul30, Vol. 9 Issue 6/7, p164 

    Describes the London Naval Treaty of 1930. Objectives of the American delegation; Features of the three-power agreement; Restrictions of submarines; National security clause.

  • Should the London Treaty be Ratified?  // Congressional Digest;Jun/Jul30, Vol. 9 Issue 6/7, p161 

    Examines whether the London Naval Treaty of 1930 should be ratified. Transmission of the Naval Treaty to Senate; Chronology of the London Conference from January 21 to April 22, 1930; American delegates to the London Conference.

  • Should the London Treaty be Ratified? Pro. Stimson, Henry L. // Congressional Digest;Jun/Jul30, Vol. 9 Issue 6/7, p167 

    Investigates whether the London Naval Treaty of 1930 should be ratified. List of countries involved in the treaty; Renouncement of war; Step in the vitalization of the Kellogg-Briand Pact.

  • Should the London Treaty be Ratified? Pro. Adams, Charles Francis // Congressional Digest;Jun/Jul30, Vol. 9 Issue 6/7, p169 

    Discusses whether the London Naval Treaty of 1930 should be ratified. Objectives of the American delegation; Measure of progress; Terms of the treaty.

  • Should the London Treaty be Ratified? Pro. Reed, David A. // Congressional Digest;Jun/Jul30, Vol. 9 Issue 6/7, p173 

    Comments on whether the London Naval Treaty of 1930 should be ratified. Terms of the treaty; Classes of cruisers; Ratio for cruisers or destroyers or submarines.

  • Should the London Treaty be Ratified? Con. Johnson, Hiram W. // Congressional Digest;Jun/Jul30, Vol. 9 Issue 6/7, p167 

    Examines whether the London Naval Treaty should be ratified. Treaty's lack of economy; Cessation of competition; Peril of sea-borne commerce.

  • Should the London Treaty be Ratified? Con. Hale, Frederick // Congressional Digest;Jun/Jul30, Vol. 9 Issue 6/7, p169 

    Investigates whether the London Naval Treaty should be ratified. Strength and make-up of the American Navy; Naval questions involved in the treaty; Limitation of armament.

  • Should the London Treaty be Ratified? Con. Bristol, Mark L. // Congressional Digest;Jun/Jul30, Vol. 9 Issue 6/7, p170 

    Comments on whether the London Naval Treaty should be ratified. Expenditures by the treaty; Lack of competition in building naval armament; Naval strengths of Great Britain and the United States.

  • Should the London Treaty be Ratified? Con. Chase, J.V. // Congressional Digest;Jun/Jul30, Vol. 9 Issue 6/7, p174 

    Discusses whether the London Naval Treaty should be ratified. Political considerations confronting the delegates to the London Naval Conference; Modification of the Washington treaty; Defective articles of the treaty.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics