2 edition of Programme for peace found in the catalog.
Programme for peace
League of Nations Union of New Zealand.
1942 by Pub. for the League of Nations Union of New Zealand by Universal Business Directories Limited in Auckland .
Written in English
Statement prepared by the authors as members of a Committee on Peace Aims of the League of Nations Union of New Zealand and adopted by the union.
|Statement||[by] W.T.G. Airey ... H. Belshaw ... [and] Julius Stone ...|
|Contributions||Airey, W. T. G., Belshaw, Horace, 1898-, Stone, Julius, 1907-1985.|
|LC Classifications||D816.5 .U47|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||a 43003087|
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