international experiment of Upper Silesia a study in the working of the Upper Silesian settlement, 1922-1937 by Georges Kaeckenbeeck

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  • Silesia, Upper (Poland and Czech Republic)

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  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Territorial questions -- Silesia, Upper (Poland and Czech Republic),
  • Silesia, Upper (Poland and Czech Republic) -- History.

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Statementby Georges Kaeckenbeeck.
ContributionsRoyal Institute of International Affairs.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDD491.S53 K2
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxix, 867 p.
Number of Pages867
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Open LibraryOL184513M
LC Control Numbera 43000561
OCLC/WorldCa1973591

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[1] The Government of the German Reich, by an Application instituting proceedings filed with the Registry of the Court on May 15th,in conformity with Article 40 of the Statute and Article 35 of the Rules of Court, has submitted to the Permanent Court of International Justice a suit concerning certain German interests in Polish Upper Silesia.

Chapter V- Upper Silesia Appendix REPORT OF WORK OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS IN RELATION TO PROTECTION OF MINORITIES PREPARED BY a COM­ MITTEE CONSTITUTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE LEAGUE IN ITS RESOLUTION OF MARCH 7, The Struggle for Upper Silesia, F.

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A territory of some 4, square miles, Upper Silesia was ruled by. Ezi, an ethnic German, was born in Kattowitz, Upper Silesia, then part of the German Empire, in After the First World War, Upper Silesia was partitioned and the three-year-old Ezi became a Polish citizen.

His father had died in the war and his mother remarried an ethnic Pole. League of Nations and National Minorities: An Experiment. Pablo de Azcárate. Carnegie endowment for international peace, - International law - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review.

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. On the working of the Upper Silesian Convention see: Georges Kaeckenbeck, THE INTERNATIONAL EXPERIMENT OF UPPER SILESIA. A Study in the Working of the Upper Silesian Settlement, ,London, New York, Toronto, The author was the President of the Arbitral Tribunal of Upper Silesia in The League of Nations and Upper Silesia_89 scite statistics and studied economic and geographic reports of Upper Silesia.

As they deliberated, they began to arrive at some of the same con clusions that previous international bodies had reached. The north and west should be ceded to Germany while the southeastern areas should be.

In contrast with the vast specialized literature on the application of the rule of exhaustion of local remedies in contemporary experiments on the international protection of human rights, comparatively very little has been written on the place of the local remedies rules in earlier international law experiments granting procedural status to by: Neither German nor Pole examines how the inhabitants of one of Europe's most densely populated industrial districts managed to defy clear-cut national categorization, even in the heyday of nationalizing pressures at the turn of the twentieth century.

As James E. Bjork argues, the "civic national" project of turning inhabitants of Upper Silesia into Germans and the "ethnic national" project of. - Field experiment of ECBM-CO 2 in the Upper Silesian Basin of Poland (RECOPOL) Author links open overlay panel Henk Pagnier 1 Frank van Bergen 1 * Pawel Krzystolik 2 Jacek Skiba 2 Bartlomiej Jura 2 Jerzy Hadro 2 Paul Wentink 3 Guillaume De-Smedt 3 Hans-Jürgen Kretzschmar 4 Jörg Fröbel 4 Gert Müller-Syring 4 Bernd Krooss 5 Andreas Busch 5 Cited by: German Interests in Polish Upper Silesia (Germ.

Pol.), P.C.I.J. (ser. A) No. 7 (May 25) Publication: Publications of the Permanent Court of International Justice Series A No. 7; Collection of Judgments A.W. Sijthoff’s Publishing Company, Leyden, View Upper Silesia Research Papers on for free.

book chapter. Using the choice experiment method to inform river management in Poland. Flood risk reduction versus habitat conservation in the Upper Silesia region. Ekin Birol, Phoebe Koundouri, Yiannis Kountouris. new horizons in environmental economics. On the map of Europe, forming the south-western border region of Poland, is to be found the name “Silesia”, with in many cases its southern part emphasized — Upper Silesia.

Any search for statistics as to its exact surface area and population size will be in vain. At the end of World War I, Upper Silesia found itself squeezed between two nationalistically-obsessed peoples, and Cited by: 1.

Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies 1 – 4 OctoberKyoto, Japan Volume I,Pages - Development of a Field Experiment of CO 2 Storage in Coal Seams in the Upper Silesian Basin of Poland (Recopol)Cited by: According to the 9th century Bavarian Geographer, the West Slavic Opolanie tribe had settled on the upper Oder River since the days of the Migration Period, centered around the gord of the time of Prince Svatopluk I (–), all Silesia was a part of his Great Moravian realm.

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Broader terms: Silesia; History; Filed under: Silesia -- History. Stammtafeln der Schlesischen Fürst. German Silesia was once bounded by the old kingdoms and countries of Brandenburg, Posen, Russian Poland, Galicia, Austrian Silesia, Moravia, Bohemia and Saxony.

Full of rivers, streams, hills and low mountains, Silesia was also comprised of fertile pastures and meadows and forests abundant with deer and game, tremendous fisheries and mineral wealth. The area of the then South-Prussian province Oberschlesien (French: Haute Silesie, English: Upper Silesia, Polish: Górny Sląsk, Czech: Horní Slezsko) was after the World War I according to the article 88 of the Treaty of Versailles (signed by Germany, 28 June ) occupated by Italian, French, and British military units under the command of an interallied commission in order to overtake.

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German-Polish Convention concerning Upper Silesia (): Geneva Convention concerning Upper Silesia, 15 May This document is available on the International Court of Justice website as Annex 1 to Rights of Minorities in Upper Silesia (Minority Schools) (Germany/Poland), Judgment, (26 April ), P.C.I.J.

(Ser. A) No. 15 at. Am J Public Health. Dec;96(12) Report on the typhus epidemic in Upper Silesia. Virchow RC. Comment in Am J Public Health. Dec;96(12)Cited by: With its ancient Slavic place names and bishopric of Vratislava, with a residual Slavic presence in its villages--gradually increasing toward the east until Upper Silesia itself opted to join prewar Poland-Silesia was variously Polish and Czech, Austrian, Prussian, German, and.

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A chronological list of 67 German-Polish conventions supplementing or amending the Geneva convention of Ap is printed in Georges S. Kaeckenbeeck, The International Experiment of Upper Silesia, xxxiii–xxxix. ANNEX. In Upper Silesia, coal has been undisputed king. With thick seams over an area of 2, square miles, Upper Silesia is one of the world's great basins of high-grade bituminous coal.

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