By Bernard Cornwell
The 3rd quantity within the Starbuck Chronicles. The conflict for keep an eye on of Richmond, the accomplice capital, keeps throughout the scorching summer season of 1862.
Captain Nate Starbuck, yankee battling for the Southern reason, has to outlive and win along with his ragged corporation within the sour fight not just opposed to the bold Northern military yet both towards his personal superiors who would favor not anything higher than to determine Nate Starbuck useless and dishonoured.
Starbuck's braveness is validated to the restrict in his determined manoeuvres to retrieve his personal and the Legion's honour during this the thrid narrative of Bernard Cornwell's sweeping epic of the yankee Civil struggle.
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12). Regarding areas under special regimes (partly neutralized, combined with demilitarization, and partly internationalized by treaties), see the Straits of Magellan (1881), the Suez Canal (1888), the Panama Canal (1901/1903) and the —» Dardanelles/Bosphorus (1936), see also —> Straits, —> Canals, and —» Internationalization. (b) Regions belonging to no State —» Antarctica, the uninhabited land surround ing the South Pole, is the size of a small continent. K. v. K. v. Chile)). The United States in 1948 proposed without success to internationalize the Antarctic and to put it under the trusteeship of the United Nations (—> United Nations Trus teeship System).
In 1793, during the French Revolutionary Wars, President George Washington proclaimed the neutrality of the United States. The first American Neutrality Act was passed by Congress in 1794; this was temporary in character and placed emphasis on the duties of neutrals. The restrictive provisions of the Act prohibited American citizens (~ Neutral Nationals) and residents from enlisting in foreign military forces and from fitting out or arming ships for belligerents. In 1818 permanent legislation was enacted on the subject.
T h e Law of War, A Documentary History, 2 vols. (1972). Draft Convention on Rights and Duties of Neutral States in Naval and Aerial War [with comments], Harvard Research in International Law, AJIL, Vol. 33 (1939), Supp. 167-817. L. c. H Y D E , The Hague Convention respecting the Rights and Duties of Neutral Powers in Naval War, AJIL, Vol. 2 (1908) 5 0 7 - 5 2 7 . E. H A R L E Y , T h e Law of Angary, AJIL, V o l . 13 (1919) 267-301. C L . B U L L O C K , Angary, B Y I L , V o l . 3 (1922-1923) 9 9 129.
Battle Flag (The Starbuck Chronicles, Book 3) by Bernard Cornwell