It is handsomely illustrated and full of illuminating detail about the happenings a century ago at The Hague. But it is much more than a glossy book for the reader's coffee table. It contains a wealth of data that the serious student of international law and its history would otherwise have to look up in a variety of sources...'
The American Journal of International Law, 94. Winner of the
ASIL Certificate of Merit 2000.
Table of contents
I. Social Backgrounds.
II. The Genesis of the Idea.
III. Invitation Policy.
IV. Organization of the Conference.
V. The Work Within the Commissions.
VI. Social Entourage.
VIII. Contemporary Appraisal.
IX. Effects of the Conference.
X. Evaluation of the Conference. Indexes.