Liquidation of League of Nations Functions

  title={Liquidation of League of Nations Functions},
  author={Denys Peter Myers},
  journal={American Journal of International Law},
  pages={320 - 354}
  • D. Myers
  • Published 1 April 1948
  • Education
  • American Journal of International Law
The Board of Liquidation of the League of Nations closed its accounts as of July 31, 1947, completing the dissolution of the institution established by the Covenant which had been effect since January 10, 1920. The dissolution itself—the cessation of all activities except for liquidation purposes—had been in effect since April 19, 1946, the day following the adjournment of the 21st ordinary session of the Assembly. 

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