Survey of International Affairs
H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1926 - International law and relation
The war-time series for 1939-46, edited by A. J. Toynbee, comprises the following volumes: [v.1] The world in March 1939, edited by A. J. Toynbee and F. T. Ashton-Gwatkin.--[v.2] The Middle East in the war, by G. Kirk.--[v.3] America, Britain & Russia, their co-operation and conflict, 1941-1946, by W. H. McNeill.--[v.4] Hitler's Europe, edited by A. Toynbee and V. M. Toynbee.--[v.5] The Middle East, 1945-1950, by G. Kirk.--[v.6] The realignment of Europe, edited by A. Toynbee and V. M. Toynbee.--[v.7] The Far East, 1942-1946, by F. C. Jones, H. Borton and B. R. Pearn.--[v.8] Four-power control in Germany and Austria, 1945-1946. I. Germany, by M. Balfour. II. Austria, by J. Mair.--[v.9] The war and the neutrals, edited by A. Toynbee and V. M. Toynbee.--[v.10] The eve of war, 1939, edited by A. Toynbee and V. M. Toynbee.--[v.11] The initial triumph of the Axis, edited by A. Toynbee and V. M. Toynbee.
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11th January 1923 White Book agreement aliens Allied American Annex April arbitration Article August Belgian Belgian Governments Belgium Beneš Britain British Government Committee Communist Corriere della Sera countries Czechoslovakia Dawes Plan December declared delegation Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung diplomatic draft economic Europe European evacuation experts February Fiume foreign Franco-Belgian French and Belgian French Government frontier German German Government Germany's Herriot Hungarian Hungary Ibid immigration Italy Japanese Jugoslav Jugoslavia July June Labour League of Nations Little Entente Lord Curzon MacDonald Majesty's Government March ment military million gold marks Minister negotiations November Occupied Territory October official Palatinate parties passive resistance payments peace Poincaré political population Powers proposed Protocol question quota railway Rapallo Treaty regard régime Reparation Commission Reparation Problem representatives Rhineland Ruhr Rumania Russian Section Separatists September settlement signed Soviet Government Temps tion Treaty of Versailles United Versailles Treaty Yellow Book
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Page 482 - The annual quota of any nationality shall be 2 per centum of the number of foreign-born individuals of such nationality resident in continental United States as determined by the United States census of 1890, but the minimum quota of any nationality shall be 100.
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