2 edition of Greco-Bulgarian dispute before the League of Nations, 1925-1927 found in the catalog.
Greco-Bulgarian dispute before the League of Nations, 1925-1927
by Université de Genève, Institut universitaire de hautes études internationales in Genève
Written in English
|Statement||par Krishna Ahooja-Patel.|
|LC Classifications||DR73.G8 A35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||252 p. :|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||75508928|
This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. The podcast goes on to detail different challenges faced by the League of Nations during the s, in order to provide students with adequate evidence to support a balanced answer. Specific attention is given to the Leagues’s successes in the Upper Silesia Dispute, the Aaland Islands, and Greco-Bulgarian Dispute.
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The Greco-Bulgarian dispute before the League of Nations, an experiment in peaceful settlement Author: Krishna Ahooja-Patel ; Université de Genève. Greco-Bulgarian dispute before the League of Nations, Genève: Université de Genève, Institut universitaire de hautes études internationales, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Thesis/dissertation, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Krishna Ahooja-Patel.
In October a shooting incident on the Greco—Bulgarian frontier led to two deaths and the threat of a wider conflict, for Greece responded by advancing into Bulgaria. The attacked state appealed to the League of : Alan James. than ever before. By doing so, the actions of the Great Powers and the true role of the League of Nations are exposed.
Likewise, additional light is thrown on how and why the League was able to score such a great Greco-Bulgarian dispute before the League of Nations in ; the success in turn giving us a greater insight into the possi-bilities and limitations of political settlement under.
Greco-Bulgarian Conflict () The Greco-Bulgarian Conflict also known as The War of the Stray Dog occurred in when a Greek soldier allegedly ran after his dog, which had strayed across the border from Macedonia. The border was guarded by Bulgarian sentries, and one of them shot the Greek soldier.
Krishna Ahooja-Patel, The Greco-Bulgarian Dispute Before the League of Nations – (Geneva: University of Geneva, ) p. 35 and pp. –Author: Aurel Braun. The question before the Council had been submitted to it by the Bulgarian Government in a letter dated August 7th,from the Bulgarian Chargé d’affaires at Berne to the Secretary-General of the League of Nations, in the following terms 1.
The Incident at Petrich, or the War of the Stray Dog, was a Greek–Bulgarian crisis inin which there was a short invasion of Bulgaria by Greece near the border town of Petrich, after the killing of a Greek captain and a sentry by Bulgarian soldiers. The incident ended after a decision of the League of on: Petrich, southern Bulgaria.
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Geneva: University of Geneva. Albert, Mathias, Jacobson, David and Lapid, Yosef. History League of Nations. STUDY. PLAY. Britain and France drew up the Geneva Protocol, which stated that if two members were in a dispute, they would have to ask the League to sort it out and thereafter accept the Council's decision.
embodied in Mein Kampf (), attracted widespread support, and after he ruled as an. The Greco-Bulgarian conflict arose from frontier incidents in October Early in the morning of Octo a telegraphic appeal to the League from the Bulgarian government was received by the Secretary- General in Geneva.
Articles X and XI of the Covenant were invoked. Ahooja-Patel, K. The Greco-Bulgarian Dispute before the League of Nations An Experiment in Peaceful Settlement. Genève. The Greco-Bulgarian Dispute before the League of Nations, An Experiment in Peaceful Settlement.
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Legal V 3).A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Wojtek Kalinowski. Inthe League helped to resolve a dispute between Greece and Bulgaria.
Both these nations have a common border. Insentries patrolling this border fired on one another and a Greek soldier was killed.
The Greek army invaded Bulgaria as a result. The Bulgarians asked the League for help and the League ordered both armies to stop.