5 edition of American foreign policy; basic documents, 1950-1955. found in the catalog.
American foreign policy; basic documents, 1950-1955.
United States. Dept. of State. Historical Office.
|Series||Department of State publication, 6446., General foreign policy series,, 117, American foreign policy, 1941-1963, Department of State publication ;, 6446., Department of State publication., 117.|
|LC Classifications||JX1417 .A55 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (lix, 3244, xxv p.)|
|Number of Pages||3244|
|LC Control Number||75138312|
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