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Zimmerman's Research Guide


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League of Nations

The League of Nations was the ill-fated predecessor of the United Nations. You can get copies of League of Nations Materials from NYPL Premium Services, the Columbia Law School Library and other libraries with substantial international law collections.

For a discussion of the materials produceded by the League of Nations, the Leagues' document numbering system, and sources for finding League materials, see Researching League of Nations Documents by Gabriela Femenia.


See Also
International Law
Treaties - Foreign
United Nations

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