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An interesting two column article pertaining to neutral states and the international laws of war as agreed upon at the Hague Convention of 1899.
This piece appeared three months prior to the infamous submarine attack on the ship and alludes to a little known matter involving "Lusitania" and the masquerade of flying the flags of non-combatant nations while crossing the Atlantic.

"The ruse by which the Lusitania escaped the possible danger of submarines, the use of the American flag, has been resorted to over and over again in modern naval wars."

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Lusitania and the Laws of the Sea  (Harper's Weekly, 1915)

Lusitania and the Laws of the Sea  (Harper's Weekly, 1915)

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