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[United Nations documents]
Bib ID 1493258
Format JournalJournal
Description [New York : United Nations] 
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Summary

Collection of the alphanumerically coded documents of the United Nations and its subsidiary organisations. Current documents are being added to this collection. (Does not include publications with a "Sales no." - these are catalogued individually).

Numbering Note Documents numbered within an alphanumeric sequence from A to W. Subsidiary organisations have their own numbering system. 
Index/Finding Aid Note Indexed in: United Nations documents index (1998); Index to United Nations documents and publications [CD ROM] 
Subjects United Nations.  |  World politics - 1945-
Other authors/contributors United Nations
Also Titled

Documents of the United Nations

UN documents

Index to United Nations documents and publications [electronic resource].

United Nations documents index (1998)

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