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File:Origin of the League of Nations.png


The League of Nations: A Pictorial Summary, Geneva: League of Nations, c. 1920. Detail from poster.

Date circa 1920
Source Source Illustration 1: Origin of the League of Nations. (transferred form
Author Unknown (Courtesy of the Woodrow Wilson House)
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