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Draft of general regulations applying to international exhibitions; draft approved on first reading by the Board of Management at its meeting on December 5th, 1933. International Exhibitions Bureau, placed under the jurisdiction of the League of Nations by application of clause 24 of the Pact (Resolution of the Council of the League of Nations, May 20th, 1931)
Bib ID 147109
Format BookBook
Author
International Exhibitions Bureau
 
Description [London, H.M.S.O., 1934] 
48 p. 25 cm. 
Notes

"Translated and issued by the Department of Overseas Trade."-- 1st prelim. leaf.

"Draft of regulations regarding the allocation of awards at international exhibitions": p. [33]-48.

Subjects Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Department of Overseas Trade  |  League of Nations

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