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Reference numberCD/66/1
LevelItem
TitleBibliography
Date[1925]
DescriptionNotes that the situation is already complicated, more so by the projected action of the League of Nations. Notes who is already in the field, in particular the Brussels Institute. States that the Intellectual Government Committee of the League of Nations now proposes to bring all bibliography into a central institute at Paris. Notes that the Royal Society has formally told them that in their opinion a scheme would fail. Notes that the International Agricultural Institute at Rome does abstracts.
Extent1p
FormatManuscript
Access statusOpen
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