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Die zivile Uniform als symbolische Kommunikation

Kleidung zwischen Repräsentation, Imagination und Konsumption in Europa, vom 18. bis zum 21. Jahrhundert = Civilian uniforms as symbolic communication : sartorial representation, imagination, and consumption in Europe (18th-21st century)

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Die zivile Uniform als symbolische Kommunikation

Kleidung zwischen Repräsentation, Imagination und Konsumption in Europa, vom 18. bis zum 21. Jahrhundert = Civilian uniforms as symbolic communication : sartorial representation, imagination, and consumption in Europe (18th-21st century)

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Publisher
Steiner
Language
German
Pages
288

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Book Details


Published in

Stuttgart

Edition Notes

International conference proceedings.

Includes bibliographical references.

German and English.

Series
Geschichte, Studien zur Geschichte des Alltags -- Bd. 24
Genre
Congresses.
Other Titles
Civilian uniforms as symbolic communication :

Classifications

Library of Congress
GT525 .Z58 2006

The Physical Object

Pagination
288 p. :
Number of pages
288

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL16881435M
ISBN 10
978351588589, 351508858X
LC Control Number
2006485185

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