Constitutions and Constitutional Trends since World War II: An Examination of Significant Aspects of Postwar Public Law with Particular Reference to the New Constitutions of Western Europe

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APPENDIXES
A Constitution of the French Republic, October 27, 1946.page226
English translation by the French Embassy, Press and Information Division, 610 Fifth Avenue, New York 20, N.Y.
B Constitution of the Italian Republic, December 27, 1947. .248
Reprinted from the United States Department of State Documents and State Papers, April 1948, pp. 46-63. English translation by Howard McGaw Smyth and Kent Roberts Greenfield.
C Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany ( West Ger- many), adopted by the Parliamentary Council, May 8, 1949.283
English translation by Military Government.
D Statute of Westminster, 1931, December 11, 1931. . . . .325
An Act (22 Geo. V, c. 4) to give effect to certain resolutions adopted by the Imperial Conferences held in the years 1926 and 1930.
E Communique and Declaration of the Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference, April 27, 1949, on the Status of the Re- public of India in the Commonwealth. . . . . . . . . 329
Text supplied by the British Information Services, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York 20, N.Y.
F Statute of the Council of Europe, May 5, 1949. . . . . .331

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