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Memorandum on the Future of Jerusalem. An Analysis of the Palestine Conciliation Commission's Draft Instrument. Submitted to the General Assembly of the United Nations . Lake Success, New York, November 15, 1949.

United Nations. General Assembly. Delegation from Israel.

Published by NY?:, 1949
Condition: Good
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first public edition; large quarto, 35 pp.; library hand stamps and markings, paper wrappers darkened and tattered, only light general age toning to text, good; if the UN wants to supervise the Holy Places in Jerusalem the Israelis are willing to go along (even though Israel guarantees safeguards for those of all faiths as far as it is in their power) but there should be no effort on the part of the United Nations to administer or govern Jerusalem and surroundings. Photos available upon request. Bookseller Inventory # ZB824426

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Title: Memorandum on the Future of Jerusalem. An ...

Publisher: NY?:

Publication Date: 1949

Book Condition:Good

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