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									Revolutions in Modern European History by  editor  Heinz
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Revolutions in Modern European History

									Revolutions in Modern European History by  editor  Heinz
	 - Paperback
			 - from The Owl at the Bridge (SKU: 47712)

Revolutions in Modern European History

by Lubasz, Heinz, editor

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NY, Macmillan Collier; London, Macmillan [1966]. Soft Cover. vii, 136 p.; 21 cm. Series: Main Themes in European History. Eleven stimulating essays, Zagorin & Hill on the English, Palmer & Lefebvre on the French, Berlin on Russia and 1848, and Carr on Russia in 1918 amongst others. Used in a class I taught at Brown, it generated good discussion. Stock#47712. Good+ / soft cover.

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47712
Title
Revolutions in Modern European History
Author
Lubasz, Heinz, editor
Format/binding
Soft Cover
Book condition
Used
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
NY, Macmillan Collier; London, Macmillan [1966]
Keywords
European History
Bookseller catalogs
History: Europe; History: French Revolution; History: Russia;

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