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|Statement||compiled principally from the archives of the Foreign Office ; edited by Clive Parry ; consulting editor, Sir Gerald Fitzmaurice.|
|Contributions||Parry, Clive., Fitzmaurice, Gerald, Sir, 1901-, International Law Fund.|
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