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Yearbook of the United Nations
Bib ID 1668784
Format JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
Author
United Nations
 
Online Access
Description Lake Success, N.Y : Dept. of Public Information, United Nations, 1947- 
v. : ill. ; 26-28 cm. 
ISSN 0082-8521 
Numbering Note Vols. for 1968- called also v. 22- 
Notes

Issue for 1946-47 includes a summary of the organization's activities from its inception to July 1, 1947.

Also Available Online

Published: New York : Columbia University Press in cooperation with the United Nations, 1949-1960; New York : Office of Public Information, United Nations, 1961-1976; New York : Dept. of Public Information, United Nations, 1977-

Life Dates 1946/47- 
Frequency Annual 
Subjects United Nations - Periodicals.  |  United Nations.  |  International agencies - Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors United Nations. Department of Public Information  |  United Nations. Office of Public Information

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