Recueil des traités et conventions conclus par le royaume des Pays-Bas avec les puissances étrangères: depuis 1813 jusqu'à nos jours

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Belinfante frères, 1925 - Netherlands
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Vol. 17-18 contain "Aperçu général. 2e ed. aug. et mise à jour. Par J. B. Breukelman ...1901."
 

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