22 - Michael Slagh Research Paper Outline 1922 Five Power...

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Michael Slagh Research Paper Outline 1922 Five Power Treaty Limitations and key parts of the treaty 1. 10 Year period, no more ships were to be built by signatory powers. Failed to set limits for auxiliary warships such as subs, destroyers and cruisers. 2. The total capital ship replacement tonnage of each of the Contracting Powers shall not exceed in standard displacement, for the United States 525,000 tons (533,400 metric tons); for the British Empire 525,000 tons (533,400 metric tons); for France 175,000 tons (177,800 metric tons); for Italy 175,000 tons (177,800 metric tons); for Japan 315,000 tons (320,040 metric tons). 1 3. No aircraft carrier of any of the Contracting Powers shall carry a gun with a calibre in excess of 8 inches (203 millimetres). Without prejudice to the provisions of Article IX, if the armament carried includes guns exceeding 6 inches (152 millimetres) in calibre the total number of guns carried, except anti-aircraft guns and guns not exceeding 5 inches (127 millimetres), shall not exceed ten. If alternatively the armament contains no guns
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course HH 104 taught by Professor Love during the Spring '05 term at Naval Academy.

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