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Peace handbooks / Issued by the Historical Section of the Foreign Office.

Corporate Author: Great Britain.
Related Names: Prothero, G. W. 1848-1922.
Language(s): English
Published: London : H. M. Stationery Office, 1920.
Subjects: Economic geography.
World history.
Note: Contents cont'd.--v. 18. German African possessions (late), no. 110-114.--v. 19. Portuguese possessions, no. 115-121.--v. 20. Spanish and Italian possessions : Independent states, no. 122-130.--v. 21. North, Central and South America : Atlantic Islands, no. 131-138.--v. 22. Pacific Islands, no. 139-147.--v. 23. International affairs, no. 148--152.--v. 24. Congresses : German Opinion, no. 153-157.--v. 25. Indemnities, Plebiscites, etc., no. 158-161.
At head of title: Handbooks prepared under the direction of the Historical Section of the Foreign Office.
G. W. Prothero, general editor.
Nos. 24, 32, 49, 72 and 75 not printed.
Each volume contains a number of handbooks with seperate t.p. and the numbering of the Section's Handbooks.
Originally prepared for the information and use of the British delegates to the Paris Peace Conference. Cf. Editorial note, no. l.
Physical Description: 155 v. in 25 ; 22 cm.
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