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Guide to League of Nations publications; a bibliographical survey of the work of the League, 1920-1947 / by Hans Aufricht
Bib ID 2201779
Format BookBook
Author
Aufricht, Hans, 1902-
 
Description New York, Columbia University Press, 1951 
xix, 682 p. 23 cm. 
Notes

Appendices (p. [403]-649) : 1. Documents relating to the League of Nations.--2. Documents relating to the International Labor Organization and the Permanent Court of International Justice.--3. Documents relating to the transfer of League of Nations assets and functions to the United Nations.

Includes index.

Review: United Nations Bulletin 15 May 1952 p.416; Times Literary Supplement 24 Oct. 1952 p.481.

Subjects League of Nations - Bibliography.

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