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Cour permanente de justice internationale. Serie C, Plaidoiries, exposes oraux et documents = Permanent Court of International Justice. Series C, Pleadings, oral statements and documents
Bib ID 507600
Format JournalJournal
Author
Permanent Court of International Justice
 
Description Leyden : Sijthoff, 1931- 
v. ; 25 cm. 
Notes

Text in French and English.

Life Dates No. 52 (1931)- 
Former Title

Permanent Court of International Justice. Publications de la Cour permanente de justice internationale. Serie C, Actes et documents relatif aux arrets et aux avis consultatifs de la Cour

Subjects Permanent Court of International Justice - Periodicals.  |  International law - Cases.
Also Titled

Permanent Court of International Justice. Series C, Pleadings, oral statements and documents

Plaidoiries, exposes oraux et documents

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