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THE TREATIES OF PEACE
TEXTS OF THE TREATIES
VERSAILLES, ST. GERMAIN-EN-LAYE, TRIANON,
NEUILLY, SÈVRES, LAUSANNE, AND
THE STRAITS CONVENTION
Including 16 Maps, showing Territorial Changes,
a Cables Map, and a Map of the
League of Nations in 1923
MAPS COMPILED ESPECIALLY FOR THIS EDITION
of Washington, D. C.
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F5 INTERNATIONAL CONCILIATION
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1. THE PERMANENT COURT OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE,
An Address by Mr. John Bassett Moore, Judge of
II. THE UNITED STATES AND THE COURT
Extract from an Address delivered by the late
President Harding at St. Louis, June 21, 1923
Congress, December 6, 1923 .
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III. INFORMATION REGARDING THE COURT
States that have signed the Protocol
the S.S. Wimbledon