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The spread of Islam in Indonesia / A. Mukti Ali
Bib ID 245254
Format BookBook
Author
Ali, A. Mukti
 
Description Jogjakarta : NIDA, 1970 
36 p. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

This article was a paper delivered at a meeting of the Congress for Cultural Freedom held at Karachi, Pakistan, in February 1959.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Islam -- Indonesia -- History.  |  Indonesia -- History.
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