Isvolsky and the World War, Based on the Documents Recently Published by the German Foreign Office.

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Yale Law Library
LP3Y0037000
19260101
The Making of Modern Law: Foreign, Comparative, and International Law, 1600-1926
Translation of Iswolski und der Weltkrieg, which is based on a collection of the diplomatic correspondence of A. P. Isvolsky, Der diplomatische Schriftwechsel Iswolskis 1911-1914, edited by Stieve. "Dr. Friedrich Stieve ... was responsible for the publication on behalf of the German Foreign office of four volumes containing the diplomatic correspondence of A. P. Isvolsky, Russian ambassador in Paris, between 1911 and 1914 (Der diplomatische schriftwechsel Iswolskis 1911-1914), and the following pages are based on that collection of documents."--Pref. Based on the collection of documents, Der diplomatische schriftwechsel Iswolskis 1911-1914. "The great majority of the documents were taken from the collection published by the Soviet governmnet in 1922"--cf. Pref.
London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., [1926]
254 p. 22 cm
United Kingdom

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