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Permanent Court of International Justice, August 17, 1923 - Case of the British steamship 'Wimbledon'

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This document examines the dispute between France and the Allies (from World War I) with Germany. In 1921, the British steamship, Wimbledon that was chartered by a French company was denied access to the Kiel Canal in Germany. The vessel was traveling to Poland which was then at war with the USSR. Germany, on the grounds of its neutrality in the conflict, refused to allow a vessel that was bringing supplies for one of the warring nations to cross the channel.

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