of Nations - the Mandate for Palestine, July 24, 1922
Source: Modern History Sourcebook.
- Atlantic Monthly
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The Idea of a League of Nations, part one
Source: The Atlantic Monthly January, 1919; Volume 123, No.
1; pages 106-115
The Idea of a League of Nations, part two
Source: The Atlantic Monthly February, 1919; Volume 123, No.
2; pages 77-82
Democracy, and Dictatorship: The Western World Between World
NTC/Contemporary's World History Web Resources.
At the Paris Peace Conference, James T. Shotwell
Includes articles from newspapers and journals on the League
from the time period.
Reconstruction and World War I: Internationalism and the Idea
of the Expert
By Lesley Deborah Slavitt
League of Nations is Alive by Raymond D. Fosdick
Source: The Atlantic Monthly June, 1920; Volume 125, No. 6;
Wilson: War Message
Source: 65 Congress, I Session, Senate Document No. 5
Senate and the League of Nations
Source: Record, 66 Cong., I Sess., pp. 8777-8778; 8768-8769,
- A Chronological
Perspective of the United Nations Office at Geneva Library
(1919-1995) by Nina KrizLeneman
Source: IFLANET, 61st IFLA Conference Proceedings, August
rights and Educational Problems in Greek Interwar Macedonia:
The Case of the Primer "Abecedar" By Iakovos D. Michailidis
Source: Journal of Modern Greek Studies 1996; Volume 14, No.
2; pages 329-343
League of Nations as League of Governments? by L.P. Jacks
Source: The Atlantic Monthly February, 1923; Volume 131, No.
2; pages 161-171
League of Nations as an Instrument of Liberalism by Raymond
Source: The Atlantic Monthly October, 1920; Volume 126, No.
4; pages 553-563
League of Nations Protocol for the Pacific Settlement of International
Source: the World War I Document Archive, October 2, 1920.
By Karl J. Schmidt.
Way to Peace: Wilson and the League of Nations
By Sanderson Beck
British Foreign Office and Macedonian National Identity, 1918-1941
by Andrew Rossos
Source: Slavic Review Summer, 1994; Volume 53, No. 2
Wilson: Appeal for Support of the League of Nations
Source: The Public Papers of Woodrow Wilson, Ray S. Baker
and William E. Dodd, eds., 1924; Volume 1, pages 30-44
Wilson: The League of Nations
Source: 65 Congress, 3 Session, Senate Document No. 389, pages
Points Speech 1918 Woodrow Wilson
Source: U.S. State Department's International Information
Programs. The Papers of Woodrow Wilson, 1984; Volume 45
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