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Terror, war, tradition : studies in European history / edited by Bernard Mees and Samuel P. Koehne
Bib ID 4193342
Format BookBook
Author
Australasian Association of European History. Conference 2005 : Melbourne)
 
Description Unley, S.A. : Australian Humanities Press, 2007 
394 p. ill., facsims.; 25 cm. 
ISBN 9780975831328
Summary

"This collection of essays by Australian, New Zealand and international historians comes from the XVth Biennial Conference of the Australasian Association of European History, held at the University of Melbourne, Australia, in July 2005. The essays present current research on a number of major themes: state-sanctioned terror and total war in twentieth-century Europe; famine, mass-killing and genocide; as well as cultural and political histories, and the place of Europe in world history."--Publisher.

Subjects Europe - History - Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Mees, Bernard, 1968-  |  Koehne, Samuel P., 1976-  |  Australasian Association of European Historians
Available From Australian Humanities Press, PO Box 3109, Unley SA 5061 

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