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Civil War and World War in Europe

Spain, Yugoslavia, and Greece, 1936-1949
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European history: from c 1900 -, History - General History, Europe, Balkan Peninsula - History, Spain And Portugal - History, History, History: World, Southern Europe, Europe - Greece, Eastern Europe - General, Europe - Spain & Portugal, History / Spain & Portugal, Civil War, 1944-1949, 20th century, Civil wars, Communism, G
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ISBN 101403972168
ISBN 139781403972163

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