Geneva and the call of internationalism : a history
Carouge-Genève : Zoé, 2011
87 p. : photogr. ; 18 cm
How did Geneva acquire its international renown? Who put this small Swiss city on the world map? When and why did this happen? Was it planned, or did it happen by chance? Joëlle Kuntz explores the historical background to this enigma by focusing on four milestones events: the Reformation, the founding of the Red Cross, and the establishment of the League of Nations and of its successor organization the UN.
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