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League of Nations publications. 6B, Slavery
Bib ID 656423
Format JournalJournal
Author
League of Nations
 
Description Geneva : League of Nations, 1921- 
v. 
Notes

Description based on: 1923, no. 6

Each issue has also a distinctive title

Title varies slightly

English or French

Life Dates Ceased in 1938?  Began in 1921 
Subjects League of Nations - Periodicals.  |  League of Nations - Publishing - Periodicals.  |  Slavery - Periodicals.  |  Slave trade - Periodicals.  |  International agencies - Periodicals.
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    Collect from: Main Reading Room (Controlled Access Collection)
    Call Number: CAC Sq 341.1 LEA
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: 1923, no. 6-1938, no.1 [imperfect]
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