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The plebiscite ("the direct vote of all the members of an electorate on an important public question such as a change in the constitution", Google) was a method used by the League of Nations to tie up some loose ends after WW1.
|Country||ID||First Issue||Sequence #||Notes|
|Allenstein||507||3rd April 1920||6|
|Danzig †||510||14th June 1920|||
|Marienwerder||505||13th March 1920||5|
|Saar||503||30th January 1920||3|
|Schleswig||502||25th January 1920||2|
|Upper Silesia||504||20th February 1920||4|
|Western Hungary ‡||522||1921|||
† Danzig did not hold a plebiscite, but was set up through the 1919 Treaty of Versailles, which ordered the plebiscites in the other areas.
‡ The plebiscite in Western Hungary was planned, but not held.
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