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History of Mankind: Cultural & Scientific Development - Vol. 4

Louis Gottschalk

History of Mankind: Cultural & Scientific Development - Vol. 4

The Foundations of the Modern World, 1300-1775 (History of Mankind, Cultural and Scientific Development)

by Louis Gottschalk

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English


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ISBN 100049000071
ISBN 109780049000070

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