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Records of the ... ordinary session of the Assembly. Meetings of the Committees / League of Nations
Bib ID 479037
Format JournalJournal
Author
League of Nations. Assembly
 
Description Geneva : The League, 1926-1938 
13 v. ; 33 cm. 
Series

League of Nations. Official journal. Special supplement

Numbering Note Issues for each Assembly published in up to 7 parts, each part representing a committee: Minutes of the First Committee (Constitutional questions), Minutes of the Second Committee (Technical organisatons), etc. Third Committee did not meet: 1932-1935. 
Notes

Published as special supplements to the League's Official journal.

Life Dates 7th (1926)-19th (1938) 
Sub-series of

League of Nations. Official journal. Special supplement

Later Title

League of Nations. Assembly. Records of the ... sessions of the Assembly. Text of the debates at the plenary meetings and minutes of the first and second committees

League of Nations. Assembly. Records of the ... ordinary session of the Assembly. Plenary meetings

Former Title

League of Nations. Assembly. Records of the ... Assembly. Meetings of the committees

Subjects League of Nations. - Assembly - Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors League of Nations
Also Titled

Minutes of the ... Committee


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