A Calendar of Soviet Treaties, 1917-1957

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A CALENDAR OF
SOVIET TREATIES
1917-1957

ROBERT M. SLUSSER

JAN F. TRISKA

with the assistance of GEORGE GINSBURGS
WILFRED O. REINERS

STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS STANFORD, CALIFORNIA 1959

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A Calendar of Soviet Treaties, 1917-1957
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • 1917 1
  • 1918 2
  • 1919 7
  • 1920 8
  • 1921 16
  • 1922 28
  • 1923 37
  • 1924 40
  • 1925 49
  • 1926 54
  • 1927 58
  • 1928 64
  • 1929 68
  • 1930 73
  • 1931 76
  • 1932 81
  • 1933 86
  • 1934 91
  • 1935 99
  • 1936 108
  • 1937 115
  • 1938 120
  • 1939 123
  • 1940 133
  • 1941 141
  • 1942 148
  • 1943 153
  • 1944 158
  • 1945 169
  • 1946 205
  • 1947 225
  • 1948 243
  • 1949 256
  • 1950 267
  • 1951 279
  • 1952 284
  • 1953 293
  • 1954 305
  • 1955 321
  • 1956 346
  • 1957 375
  • Appendixes 397
  • Appendix 1 Unratified Treaties 399
  • Appendix 2 Secret Soviet-German Military Agreements, 1921-1933 403
  • Appendix 3 - Nongovernmental Agreements 413
  • Appendix 4 Unverified Treaties 427
  • Appendix 5 Addenda 431
  • List of Abbreviations Abbreviations Used in Serial Numbers 449
  • Short Title List 450
  • Index 461
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