Culture in people"s Poland.



Publisher: Państwowe Wydawn. Ekonomiczne in Warszawa

Written in English
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Edition Notes

Translation of Kultura Polski Ludowej.

Statement[Editor: Tadeusz Galinski. Authors: Stanislaw Witold Balicki and others. Translators: Eugene Lepa and Olga Lepa.
ContributionsGaliński, Tadeusz, ed.
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LC ClassificationsDK411 .K8213
The Physical Object
Pagination440 p.
Number of Pages440
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5600861M
LC Control Number68007338

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