Documentation for the European Conference on Rural Life 1939.
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Documentation for the European Conference on Rural Life 1939. by European Conference on Rural Life (1939 Geneva)

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Published by International Institute of Agriculture in Rome .
Written in English


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Conference projected but not held.

ContributionsInternational Institute of Agriculture.
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Open LibraryOL14422091M

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