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American Institute of Polish Culture, Hippocrene Books , Miami, New York
Poland -- History -- Elective monarchy, 1572-

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Statementby Pawel Jasienica ; translated by Alexander Jordan.
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LC ClassificationsDK4290 .J3713 1987
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Open LibraryOL2485796M
ISBN 100870523945
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