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I GIORNI DI PRAGA: DRAMMA ED EROISMO DI UN POPOLO TRADITO

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I GIORNI DI PRAGA: DRAMMA ED EROISMO DI UN POPOLO TRADITO

by Enzo Biagi et al

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(Subject: Post World War II - Cold War, Eastern Bloc) Italian text. Essays and accounts of the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia on 21 August 1968 and the days and events which led up to it. Extensively illustrated with contemporary photographs. (Published: 1968) (Publisher: Rizzoli Editore S.p.A.) (Pagination: 127pp illustrations) (Condition: ) UL-XXXXXX

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I GIORNI DI PRAGA: DRAMMA ED EROISMO DI UN POPOLO TRADITO
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Post World War II - Cold War, Eastern Bloc Italian text. Essays and accounts of the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia on 21 August 1968 and the days and events which led up to it. Extensively illustrated with contemporary photographs. UL-XXXXXX
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