Materials relating to the Norway-Sweden maritime boundary arbitration
A collection of materials relating to the Norway-Sweden boundary arbitration of 1908-1909
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A collection of notebooks, letters, notes, drafts, telegrams, photographs, and other materials relating to the Norway-Sweden boundary arbitration of 1908-1909. Includes notebooks, notes and draft letters by J.A. Loeff, president of the international tribunal, and letters to Loeff from members of the tribunal, and others involved in the negotiations. Most items are in French.
The international tribunal for the Norway-Sweden Boundary Arbitration international met during 1908-1909 to resolve a dispute regarding the North Sea boundary between Norway and Sweden. Members of the tribunal were: J.A. Loeff, president, F.V.N. Beichmann, arbitrator for Norway, K.H.L. Hammarskjöld, arbitrator for Sweden.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchased from Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, September 15, 1923.
Processed by Mary Person, June 2001.
- Materials relating to the Norway-Sweden maritime boundary arbitration, 1908-1909: Finding Aid.
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