The first Serbian uprising and the restoration of the Serbian State
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The first Serbian uprising and the restoration of the Serbian State Gallery of the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts, Belgrade, 2004 : [exhibition] by Istorijski muzej Srbije (Belgrade, Serbia)

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Published by Historical museum of Serbia in Belgrade .
Written in English


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Translation of: Prvi srpski ustanak i obnova srpske države.

SeriesGallery of the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts -- 104
LC ClassificationsDR2014 .P78 2004
The Physical Object
Pagination219 p. :
Number of Pages219
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25135756M
ISBN 108682925117, 8670253712
LC Control Number2005467470

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