Actual questions of the Slovene and Croat minorities in Austria by Posvetovanje o aktualnih vprasМЊanjih slovenske in hrvasМЊke manjsМЊine v Avstriji (1976 Ljubljana, Slovenia)

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Statement[Conference on Actual Questions of the Slovene and Croat Minorities in Austria, 28th May 1976, Ljubljana].
ContributionsInštitut za narodnostna vprašanja., Zavod za migracije i narodnosti.
LC ClassificationsDB34.S6 P65 1976a
The Physical Object
Pagination76 p. :
Number of Pages76
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Open LibraryOL4603041M
LC Control Number77366122

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