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|Statement||Béla K. Király and Dimitrije Djordjevic, editors.|
|Series||War and society in East Central Europe ;, vol. 18, Atlantic studies on society [in] change ;, no. 37, East European monographs ;, no. 215|
|Contributions||Király, Béla K., 1912-, Djordjević, Dimitrije, 1922-, Brooklyn College. Program on Society in Change., Univerzitet u Beogradu. Filozofski fakultet., Conference on Society in Change (15th : 1984 : University of Belgrade)|
|LC Classifications||UA646.8 .W36 vol. 18, DR46 .W36 vol. 18|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 434 p. :|
|Number of Pages||434|
|LC Control Number||86063417|
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