Eastern Europe: An Introduction to the People, Lands, and Culture, Volume 1

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Richard C. Frucht
ABC-CLIO, 2005 - History - 928 pages
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Modern-day Eastern Europe, the product of a complex and troubled past, was a complete mystery to the rest of the world for decades. Going beyond the history and politics already well documented in other works, this three-volume series explores the social and cultural aspects of the region.
 

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1
VI
61
VII
113
VIII
165
IX
203
X
203
XI
203
XII
203
XIX
529
XX
529
XXI
529
XXII
529
XXIII
529
XXIV
583
XXV
621
XXVI
695

XIII
203
XIV
283
XV
329
XVI
413
XVII
477
XVIII
529
XXVII
735
XXVIII
791
XXIX
839
XXX
893
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