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Format: silver halide
Media: 18 microfiche
Coverage Dates: 1934-1937

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Following the assassination of King Alexander of Yugoslavia and French Minister Louis Barthou, the League of Nations created an expert committee that developed two conventions: one to define international terrorism and another to establish an international criminal tribunal to report terrorism. This microform project presents the League proceedings, texts, reports, etc., pertaining to these two conventions, plus additional related diplomatic materials - many never before published. The texts are remarkably appropriate to modern-day debates on terrorism.

Edited by Martin D. Dubin

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