Edouard Engelhardt was a French diplomat, who contributed to drafting the regulations for Danube navigation between 1856 and 1867. Later he served as French diplomatic representative to Belgrade. As a juridical expert, he was involved with the Institute of International Law, a learned society founded in 1873 with the purpose to promote the progress of international law. Engelhardt participated as French delegate to the Berlin Colonial Conference of 1884 – 1885. He wrote several books on international fluvial law, such as Histoire de droit fluvial conventionnel (Paris, 1889).
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