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King, W. L. Mackenzie
King, William L.
King, William L. Mackenzie
King, William Lyon Mackenzie,
Mackenzie King, William Lyon
Mackenzie, William Lyon King
キング, ダブリュー エル マッケンジー
Bercuson, David Jay (1945- ))
Canada Premier ministre (1921-1926 : King) (see also from)
Canada Premier ministre (1926-1930 : King) (see also from)
Canada Premier ministre (1935-1948 : King) (see also from)
Canada Prime Minister (1921-1926 : King) (see also from)
Canada Prime Minister (1926-1930 : King) (see also from)
Canada Prime Minister (1935-1948 : King) (see also from)
Canada. Department of labour. [from old catalog]
Canada. Office of Director of Public Information
Canada. Office of director of public information. [from old catalog]
Canada. Post-office Department [from old catalog]
Churchill, Winston (1874-1965)
Hanotaux, Gabriel (1853-1944))
Heringa, Gerard Carel (1890-1972)
Sandwell, Bernard Keble (1876-1954))
Winchester, John (1849-)
Address by the Right Honorable W.L. Mackenzie King
Canada and the fight for freedom
Canada and the war. Canada's fighting men; an address on the opening of the fourth victory loan campaign
Canada and the war. The defence of common liberties; an address to the Pilgrims of the United States
Canada and the war. The lord mayor's luncheon in honour of the prime minister of Canada.
Canada at Britain's side
Canada et la guerre., Le
Canadian method of preventing strikes and lockouts;, The
Canadian Red Cross show.
Crown and commonwealth.
Industry and humanity a study in the principles underlying industrial reconstruction
international situation. Canada's attitude towards present day world problems., The
[Interview with FDR's physician, Dr. James Paulin]
Let free men face reality!
Mackenzie King memorial edition
Mackenzie King : widening the debate
message of the carillon, and other addresses, The
Nerves and personal power : some principles of psychology as applied to conduct and health
Oriental immigration to Canada
Proceedings of the Special Committee on Bill No. 21 "An Act Respecting Hours of Labour on Public Works" comprising reports, evidence and correspondence. December 9, 1909-May 3, 1910. Printed by order of Parliament.
[Proclamation and declaration of the accession of King George VI]
question sociale et le Canada, industrie et humanité, La
Rapport de W. L. Mackenzie King ... sous-ministre du travail, commissaire nommé pour s'enquérir des pertes subies par la population japonaise de Vancouver, C.-B., lors des emeutes qui ont eu lieu dans cette ville au mois de septembre 1907 ...
Report by W.L. Mackenzie King, C.M.G., deputy minister of labour, on the need for the suppression of the opium traffic in Canada. Printed by order of Parliament.
Report of Mr. W.L. Mackenzie King on his mission to England in connection with the immigration of Asiatics into Canada.
Report of Royal Commission to Inquire into Industrial Disputes in the Cotton Factories of the Province of Quebec. Commissioner: W.L. Mackenzie King ... Printed by order of Parliament.
Report of the Royal commission on a dispute respecting hours of employment between the Bell telephone company of Canada, ltd. and operators at Toronto, Ont.
Report of W. L. Mackenzie King ... commissioner appointed to enquire into the methods by which oriental labourers have been induced to come to Canada ...
Report on the United nations conference on international organization held at San Francisco, 25th April-26th June, 1945.
Report to the Honourable the postmaster general of the methods adopted in Canada in the carrying out of the government clothing contracts
Ritratto di Mackenzie King ; traduzione e nota di Giorgia de Cousandier ; in appendice Le dichiarazioni di Mackenzie King sull'energia atomica
Sangyō no jindōka
Secret of heroism a memoir of henry albert harper
"Till the hour of victory,"
Tributes to the late Lord Tweedsmuir, governor general of Canada
Wages and prices of commodities ... Abstract from the proceedings of the House of commons, April 12, 1910, relative to the "Combines investigation act."
[William Long Mackenzie King's welcome address]
Thesis (Ph. D.)--Harvard University, 1909