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The League of nations
Bib ID 2162181
Format BookBook
Description Oxf., 1919 
1 v. 
Incomplete contents Contents:- Preface by B. Mathews; Introduction by Viscount Bryce; The League of Nations, by Viscount Grey; The League of Nations in history, by A. F. Pollard; The League of Nations and the coming rule of Law, by Sir F. Pollack; The League of Nations and freedom of the seas, by Sir J. Corbett; The League of Nations and primitive peoples, by Sir S. Olivier; The League of Nations: its economic aspects by H. Withers; The League of Nations and labour, by Rt. Hon. A. Henderson. 
Subjects League of Nations.
Other authors/contributors Grey of Fallodon, Edward Grey, Viscount, 1862-1933

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