Zaratini: Memories and Absence of the Italian Community of Zadar

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Zaratini : Memories and Absence of the Italian Community of Zadar. / Andersen, Tea Sindbæk.

Whose Memory? Which Future?: Remembering Ethnic Cleansing and Lost Cultural Diversity in Eastern, Central and Southeastern Europe. red. / Barbara Törnquist-Plewa. New York, Oxford : Berghahn Books, 2016. s. 143-169 (Studies in Contemporary European History, Bind 18).

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Andersen, TS 2016, Zaratini: Memories and Absence of the Italian Community of Zadar. i B Törnquist-Plewa (red.), Whose Memory? Which Future?: Remembering Ethnic Cleansing and Lost Cultural Diversity in Eastern, Central and Southeastern Europe. Berghahn Books, New York, Oxford, Studies in Contemporary European History, bind 18, s. 143-169.

APA

Andersen, T. S. (2016). Zaratini: Memories and Absence of the Italian Community of Zadar. I B. Törnquist-Plewa (red.), Whose Memory? Which Future?: Remembering Ethnic Cleansing and Lost Cultural Diversity in Eastern, Central and Southeastern Europe (s. 143-169). New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books. Studies in Contemporary European History, Bind. 18

Vancouver

Andersen TS. Zaratini: Memories and Absence of the Italian Community of Zadar. I Törnquist-Plewa B, red., Whose Memory? Which Future?: Remembering Ethnic Cleansing and Lost Cultural Diversity in Eastern, Central and Southeastern Europe. New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books. 2016. s. 143-169. (Studies in Contemporary European History, Bind 18).

Author

Andersen, Tea Sindbæk. / Zaratini : Memories and Absence of the Italian Community of Zadar. Whose Memory? Which Future?: Remembering Ethnic Cleansing and Lost Cultural Diversity in Eastern, Central and Southeastern Europe. red. / Barbara Törnquist-Plewa. New York, Oxford : Berghahn Books, 2016. s. 143-169 (Studies in Contemporary European History, Bind 18).

Bibtex

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