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Index to multilateral treaties / a chronological list of multi-party international agreements from the sixteenth century through 1963, with citations to their text. V.Mostecky, editor
Bib ID 258557
Format BookBook
Author
Harvard Law School. Library
 
Description Camb., Mass. : Harvard U.P., 1965 
Subjects Treaties -- Bibliography.
Other authors/contributors Mostecky, Vaclav
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