Department of State Publication: Conference series, 33-35. izdevums

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1929
 

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Convention on Interchange of Publications Appendix
22
Neutrality
23
Convention Concerning Peaceful Orientation of Public Instruction Appendix
24
Convention Concerning Facilities for Educational and Publicity Films Appendix
25
Table Showing Ratification of or Adherence to Instruments for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes Appendix
26
Economic Problems
29
236
31
Intellectual Cooperation
34
Coordination Committee
40
Program of the Conference Appendix
45
Address of Secretary Hull at the First Plenary Session of the Conference
82
Recognition of and Gratitude to the Presidents of the United States of America and of Argentina Appendix
209
Ratification of Peace Agreements Appendix
210
Generalization of the InterAmerican Juridical System Appendix
211
Codification of International Law Appendix
212
American Academy of International Law Appendix
213
Creation of a League of American Nations Appendix
214
Tribute to Jurists Appendix
215
Revision of School Textbooks Appendix
216
Public Performances and Peace Appendix
217
Radio Broadcasting and Moral Disarmament Appendix
218
Pan American Conferences and Moral Disarmament Appendix
219
Duties and Rights of Women with Respect to the Problems of Peace Appendix
220
Interchange of Documents Relative to the Organization and Regulation of Public Education Appendix
221
Association of American Writers and Artists Appendix
222
Pan American RadioBroadcasting Hour Appendix
223
American Bibliographical Exchange Appendix
224
Distribution of Publications and Works of Art Appendix
225
Protection of Intellectual Property Appendix
226
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