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The tribunal issued its decision in 1893. S. claim of total control of the Bering Sea and awarded the Canadian own- Adolph Augustus Berle Jr. 1895–1971 1895 Born, Boston, Mass. S. ambassador to Brazil 1938 Appointed assistant secretary of state ◆ ◆ 1952–55 Served as chair of the Liberal Party 1966 Retired from teaching at Columbia ◆ E N C Y C L O P E D I A 1939–45 World War II O F ◆ 1971 Died, New York City ❖ 1975 1950 1925 1914–18 World War I W E S T ’ S 1934–37 Served as chamberlain for Mayor LaGuardia (New York City) ▼ 1932 Became member of New Deal "brain trust"; The Modern Corporation and Private Property published 1950–53 Korean War A M E R I C A N L A W , 2 n d E d i t i o n BEST EVIDENCE ers of the seized ships $473,000 in damages.

He was born January 29, 1895, in Boston, Massachusetts. He was educated at Harvard, receiving a bachelor of arts degree in 1913, a master of arts degree in 1914, and a bachelor of laws degree in 1916, in which year he was also admitted to the bar. S. representative at the Paris Peace Conference during 1918 and 1919. He opposed the conditions of the Versailles Treaty and resigned from the delegation. He returned to the United States and established his legal practice in New York City. Berle began teaching corporate law at Columbia University in 1927.

In 1872, Benjamin was selected Queen’s Counsel. He practiced law in England until 1883, when he retired to France. He is credited with making major contributions to the British Empire’s dominance of world trade in the last half of the nineteenth century. Benjamin died May 6, 1884, in Paris. He was buried at the Pere Lachaise Cemetery under a headstone marked Philippe Benjamin. W E S T ’ S E N C Y C L O P E D I A O F 19 FURTHER READINGS “The Daring Escape of Judah P. ” 1982. Tampa Bay History 4, no.

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