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Encyclopedia of the United Nations / John Allphin Moore, Jr., Jerry Pubantz
Bib ID 4583058
Format BookBook
Author
Moore, John Allphin, 1940-
 
Edition 2nd ed. 
Description New York, NY : Facts On File, c2008 
2 v. (xxx, 338 ; xvi, 339-686 p.) : ill. ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 9780816069132
0816069131
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Facts on File library of world history

Facts on File library of world history.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 642-662) and index.

Subjects United Nations - Encyclopedias.  |  International relations - Encyclopedias.
Other authors/contributors Pubantz, Jerry, 1947-

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