Permanent Court of International Justice


Permanent Court of International Justice
The judicial branch of the League of Nations, established in 1920 under the auspices of the league, succeeded by the International Court of Justice established as the judicial branch of the United Nations. 30 Am J Rev ed Internat L § 54.

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