2 edition of Publications issued by the League of Nations. found in the catalog.
Titles of documents ... put on sale up to the end of October 1927.
|Statement||Publications Department, League of Nations|
|Publishers||Publications Department, League of Nations|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
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However, as mentioned in Part one of this post, President Wilson and others present at the Paris Peace Conference were worried that the potential mistreatment of minorities in some existing or about-to-be-created States could lead to instability and, eventually, to conflict.
For assistance with this resource, please contact the Government Information Librarian at 1-847-467-6441 or email at. Support student research with customized course instruction. Used examples of both overprints are shown in Figure 11. Article 6 The Administration of Palestine, while ensuring that the rights and position of other sections of the population are not prejudiced, shall facilitate Jewish immigration under suitable conditions and shall encourage, in co-operation with the Jewish agency referred to in Article 4, close settlement by Jews on the land, including State lands and waste lands not required for public purposes.
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Although many unused stamps made their way onto the marketplace over the next two decades, it was only with the release of the final series of League and ILO overprints on February 1, 1944, that the Swiss allowed collectors to buy mint stamps, including all remaining stock.
The Zionist organization, so long as its organization and constitution are in the opinion of the Mandatory appropriate, shall be recognised as such agency.
Subject-headings of the instruments The issues of the UNTS Cumulative Index are being posted in PDF format and in reverse chronological order as the relevant records become available.
Article 13 All responsibility in connection with the Holy Places and religious buildings or sites in Palestine, including that of preserving existing rights and of securing free access to the Holy Places, religious buildings and sites and the free exercise of worship, while ensuring the requirements of public order and decorum, is assumed by the Mandatory, who shall be responsible solely to the League of Nations in all matters connected herewith, provided that nothing in this article shall prevent the Mandatory from entering into such arrangements as he may deem reasonable with the Administration for the purpose of carrying the provisions of this article into effect; and provided also that nothing in this mandate shall be construed as conferring upon the Mandatory authority to interfere with the fabric or the management of purely Moslem sacred shrines, the immunities of which are guaranteed.