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The politics of genocide : the Holocaust in Hungary by Randolph L Braham; City University of New York. Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies Read book in DJVU, AZW, DOC, AZW3

Author: Randolph L Braham; City University of New York. Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies
Publisher: New York : Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies Graduate Center/The City University of New York and Social Science Monographs, 1994.
ISBNISSN: 0880332476, 9780880332477
Notes: xlvi, 710 pages : illustrations, facsimiles, maps ; 24 cm.
Responsibility: The politics of genocide : the Holocaust in Hungary
Previous edition: New York : Columbia University Press, 1981.

Papers read at 2nd meeting of the Society for Liturgical Study, St. Deiniol's Library, April 1980. V.1. The Roman Catholic contributors. --
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Towards a new understanding of Christian history in the post-missionary era. Biogs.
Item consists of two text blocks (one containing illustrations, the other text) attached inside on opposite sides of the hardback cover.
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