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An edition of Peace Theories And The Balkan War (2004)

Peace Theories And The Balkan War

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This edition was published in by Kessinger Publishing

Written in English

292 pages

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Peace Theories and the Balkan War (Dodo Press)
July 7, 2006, Dodo Press
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Peace Theories And The Balkan War
May 8, 2006, Hesperides Press
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Peace Theories And The Balkan War
June 30, 2004, Kessinger Publishing
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The whole of what may be called the trunk or massif of the Balkan peninsula, bounded on the north by the rivers Save and Danube, on the west by the Adriatic, on the east by the Black Sea, and on the south by a very irregular line running from Antivari (on the coast of the Adriatic) and the lake of Scutari in the west, through lakes Okhrida and Prespa (in Macedonia) to the outskirts of Salonika and thence to Midia on the shores of the Black Sea, following the coast of the Aegean Sea some miles inland, is preponderatingly inhabited by Slavs.
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Peace Theories And The Balkan War

This edition was published in by Kessinger Publishing


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"The whole of what may be called the trunk or massif of the Balkan peninsula, bounded on the north by the rivers Save and Danube, on the west by the Adriatic, on the east by the Black Sea, and on the south by a very irregular line running from Antivari (on the coast of the Adriatic) and the lake of Scutari in the west, through lakes Okhrida and Prespa (in Macedonia) to the outskirts of Salonika and thence to Midia on the shores of the Black Sea, following the coast of the Aegean Sea some miles inland, is preponderatingly inhabited by Slavs."

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Number of pages
292
Dimensions
9 x 7.5 x 0.7 inches
Weight
1.2 pounds

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OL9621266M
ISBN 10
1419140507
ISBN 13
9781419140501

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