League of Nations: Intellectual Cooperation

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Intellectual Cooperation and the League of Nations

The League of Nations Archives hold a variety of rich sources on intellectual cooperation in the inter-war period:

Please note that some of the sub-fonds and series do not yet have a detailed description in the Archives Catalogue. Printed finding aids can be consulted in the Archives' Reading Room.  

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