File:EXCHANGE OF NOTES CONSTITUTING AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BRITISH AND FRENCH GOVERNMENTS RE- SPECTING THE BOUNDARY LINE BETWEEN SYRIA AND PALESTINE FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN TO EL HAMME, PARIS MARCH 7, 1923. 01.pdf

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English: Franco British boundary agreement between Palestine and Syria, 1923
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