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Historia da colonizacao portuguesa na India
Bib ID 1686693
Format BookBook
Author
Correia, Alberto Carlos Germano da Silva, 1888-
 
Description Lisboa : Divisao de Publicacoes e Biblioteca, Agencia Geral das Colonias , 1948-1958 
6 v. ; 23 cm. 
Series

Hallstrom Pacific Collection (Hallstrom 1756)

Subjects Portuguese -- India.  |  Portugal -- Colonies -- India -- History.
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