Alexander Pearce Higgins

Alexander Pearce Higgins (24 April 1865 – 2 April 1935) was a British international law scholar. He was Whewell Professor of International Law at the University of Cambridge (1920–1935), President of the Institut de Droit International (1929–1931), and a member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (1930–1935). Provided by Wikipedia

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by Higgins, Alexander Pearce
Published 1905
Vinton

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by Higgins, Alexander Pearce
Published 1922
T. Fisher Unwin

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by Hall, William Edward
Published 1917
Clarendon Press
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by Hall, William Edward
Published 1924
Clarendon Press
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