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Title: Memorandum du Gouvernement de la République Fédérative Populaire de Yougoslavie sur le problème économique de Trieste. [AND:] Annexe au Mémorandum (...). [TWO VOLUMES].
Description: No Imprint (1946). Two volumes. Royal quarto. I. Text Volume: Pp. 16, printed on recto only of thick leaves; II. Map Volume: 40 leaves of card-paper, numbered 1-29, tipped-in onto paper stubs, printed with maps, plans, diagrams, and other graphics, many in colour, many double-page. Some maps and overlays printed separately and tipped-in onto card leaves. Divisional title leaves. Original printed card wrappers. In about fine condition. (Wraps of map-volume bit rubbed, creased along extremities.) Excellent set. ¶ ~ First and only edition. Very rare. The large Atlas Volume was published as an annex to the Memorandum, and titled: 'Annexe au Mémorandum du Gouvernement de la République Fédérative Populaire de Yougoslavie sur le problème économique de Trieste.' Trieste (Trst), seaport in Northeast Italy, on an inlet (Gulf of Trieste) of the Adriatic. Part of Austria since 1382, it was annexed by Italy in 1918. In September 1943 the German army has occupied the city. It was liberated by Partisans in 1945 and went under Allied military occupation until 1947. Under the terms of the 1947 Peace Treaty with Italy, a Governor for the Free Territory of Trieste was to be selected and appointed by the United Nations Security Council. Until such appointment was made, the United States, Great Britain, and Yugoslavia were to administer and protect that Territory. In 1954 it was divided between Italy and Yugoslavia. [Descriptive text Copyright © Librarium, The Hague]

Keywords: History politics international relations political movements studies conflict analysis resolution historical social cultural geschiedenis historie geschiedkunde histoire historique Geschichte Kulturgeschichte Geschichtswissenschaft historia storia Econ

Price: EUR 600.00 = appr. US$ 652.11 Seller: Librarium of The Hague
- Book number: 1975

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