|Series||Publications of the League of Nations. General -- 1927. 15|
|Contributions||Conference of Press Experts, Geneva, 1927|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
In August , a German delegation successfully pushed through its compromise resolution on the legal protection of news during a Conference of Press Experts at the League of Nations. by the Japanese Government, in order to give effect to the resolutions of the Conference of Press Experts (August ) relating to Chapter I [Sections A, B, C, paragraphs (a) and (b)\ to Chapter II and to Chapter III [paragraph (a)] (see Final Report of the Conference of Press Experts. James Schwoch, ‘The American Radio Industry and International Communications Conferences, –’, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 7, 3 (), pp. – Heidi J.S. Tworek II: The Conference of Press Experts After several preparatory meetings in , the conference convened in August for nearly a week. Geneva Institute of International Relations - Problems of peace, second series;: Lectures delivered at the Geneva Institute of International Relations, August (Essay index reprint series) - Published: Geneva Research Center. - Geneva News Letter. Numbers () - Published: Geneva Research.
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