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The Finnish question, after having passed through an acute phase between 1899 and 1905, seemed ready to subside after 1905, when in 1908 and 1909 measures threatening the autonomy ofF inland were taken in Russia. These measures, as soon as they were known, produced a deep impression both in Russia and abroad, both in political and juridical circles....
The Finnish question, after having passed through an acute phase between 1899 and 1905, seemed ready to subside after 1905, when in 1908 and 1909 measures threatening the autonomy ofF inland were taken in Russia. These measures, as soon as they were known, produced a deep impression both in Russia and abroad, both in political and juridical circles. Practically everywhere studies on this subject were published in various reviews, and in certain great newspapers. They called forth in Germany and Austria a collective declaration on the part of jurisconsults, savants and literary men. In France theS ocit6 des Anciens lves et 61ves de I dcole libre des sciences politiques welcomed the proposal made by a Russian, M. Komarow, Chamberlain to H.M. theE mperor of Russia, to organise a conference, at which on January 28, only the author of the proposal failed to appear, having been recalled by telegram two days earlier by his government. The difficulty of getting exact information concerning the Russian argument, the desire to reach a decision based on a full knowledge of the subject, following a rigorously scientific method, then led certain persons in the legal world to think that it might not be unprofitable for their personal instruction, and perhaps for that of public opinion, to organise among a certain number of jurisconsults of different nationalities a joint study of the Finnish question. In aM dmoire a consulter certain Dutch jurisconsults were the first to publish their opinions. In England the idea was very favourably received. Professor Westlake agreed to receive in London those of his German English, Belgian, French and Dutch colleagues who were ready in the same spirit to unite in this common desire for enlightenment.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Cl
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