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U.N.P. journal
Bib ID 2602924
Format JournalJournal
Description Colombo, [Ceylon] : United National Party 
v. 
Notes

Cover title.

Issue of 4 Feb. 1949 as: Special independence number.

Life Dates [1947]- 
Other authors/contributors United National Party (Ceylon)

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    Call Number: Sef 324.2549303 UNP
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: (4 Feb. 1949)
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