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Transurban interconnectivities: an essay on the interpretation of the revolutions of 1848

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Transurban interconnectivities : an essay on the interpretation of the revolutions of 1848. / Jørgensen, Claus Møller.

I: European Review of History, Bind 19, Nr. 2, 19.04.2012, s. 201-227.

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