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The Origins of the United Nations Organization

  • John Wheeler-Bennett
  • Anthony Nicholls

Abstract

To understand fully the background and genesis of the United Nations Organization in 1945 it is necessary to give consideration to the nascent circumstances of the League of Nations some quarter of a century earlier, and to compare the two.

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Security Council Great Power Plenary Session International Peace Draft Convention 
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Notes

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© Sir John Wheeler-Bennett and Anthony Nicholls 1972

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  • John Wheeler-Bennett
  • Anthony Nicholls

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