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eBook Izvori velikosrpske agresije: Rasprave, dokumenti, kartografski prikazi (Posebno izdanje) (Croatian Edition) ePub

  • ISBN: 8639302553
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  • Language: Croatian
  • Publisher: Školska knj (1991)
  • ePub book: 1900 kb
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Izvori velikosrpske agresije. Rasprave, dokumenti, kartografski prikazi (Posebno izdanje). Published 1991 by Skolska knj. Nationalism, Irredentism, Foreign relations.

Posebna izdanja (August Cesarec (Firm)). In Serbo-Croatian (roman).

Izvori velikosrpske agresije: Rasprave, dokumenti, kartografski prikazi (Zagreb: August Cesarec, Školska knjiga, 1991), pp. 106–124

Izvori velikosrpske agresije: Rasprave, dokumenti, kartografski prikazi (Zagreb: August Cesarec, Školska knjiga, 1991), pp. 106–124. Dankoff, Robert and Kim, Sooyong (ed. An Ottoman Traveller: Selections from the Book of Travels of Evliya Çelebi, 2nd edn (London: Eland Publishing, 2011). Karadžić, Vuk ‘Srbi svi i svuda’ in Grmek, Mirko, Gjidara, Marc and Simac, Neven (ed. Etničko Čišćenje. Povijesni dokumenti o jednoj srpskoj ideologiji (Zagreb: Nakladni zavod Globus, 1993). Kinsley Hutchinson, FrancesMotoring in the Balkans: Along the Highways of Dalmatia, Montenegro, the Herzegovina and Bosni. Chicago: McClugh, 1909).

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