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Conference on the limitation of armament.

President"s address to the Senate. Letter of the secretary of state submitting treaties to the President. Invitations to the Conference. Proceedings of plenary sessions of Conference. Minutes of Committee on limitation of armament. Minutes of Committee on Pacific and Far Eastern questions. Report of American delegation, including treaties and resolutions.

by Conference on the Limitation of Armament (1921-1922 Washington, D.C.)

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Published by Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arms control

  • Edition Notes

    Read; referred to the Committee on foreign relations and ordered to be printed and made public February 3 (calendar day, February 10), 1922.

    StatementWith index.
    Series[U.S.] 67th Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Doc. 126, Senate document (United States. Congress (67th, 2nd session). Senate) -- 67th Congress, no. 126.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX1974.5 .A15, JX1974.5 .A15
    The Physical Object
    Pagination935 p.
    Number of Pages935
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14338718M
    LC Control Number22026173

    The division addresses armament operational needs and requirements, approaches and concepts, system integration, weapons, munitions, fire control and other ancillary equipment, and logistic support. Attention is given to total systems and to technology application . On Novem, President Harding convened in Washington the most significant arms limitation conference of the inter-war era. Represented were the major political and military powers including Belgium, China, Great Britain, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Portugal, and Japan.

    [The Conference on the Limitation of Armament held at Washingtl'ln Novem February6, , concerned itself with two groups of questions: (1) the question of the limitation of armament, and (2) PaCific and FarEastern questions. In order to deal with both fields, two committees. One of the complications arising from the Disarmament Conference was that France felt that it could not agree to reduce armaments unless the United States and Great Britain would join with France and other nations in a system of collective security to enforce compliance on the part of Germany of provisions for arms limitation and reduction.

    The United States Code is meant to be an organized, logical compilation of the laws passed by Congress. At its top level, it divides the world of legislation into fifty topically-organized Titles, and each Title is further subdivided into any number of logical subtopics. URGE A CONFERENCE ON ECONOMIC ISSUES; Members of General Committee on Armament Limitation Issue an Appeal. WANT AMERICA TO CALL IT Removal of Economic Causes of War Is Held as Important as.


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