Official Bulletin - International Labour Office, Volume 28
Vol. 1, Apr. 1919/ Aug. 1920 (published 1923) is a collection of documents relating to the history and activities of the International Labor Organization from its initiation in the Commission on International Labour Legislation appointed by the Peace Conference in January 1919 to the second session of the Conference, held at Genoa in June-July 1920. Pref. note, v.1.
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