1 The establishment of the League of Nations (or ‘League’) in 1919 did not at first bring fundamental changes in the field of international civil service litigation (Civil Service, International). Mechanisms and principles devised as early as the beginning of the nineteenth century with the creation of the first international administrations in Europe (International Administrative Unions) were independently rediscovered to shape and control what would be called the International Civil Service of the League. Its Council was thus initially tasked with adjudicating...
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