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Eritrean case proceedings of the Permanent Peoples" Tribunal of the International League for the Rights and Liberation of Peoples : session on Eritrea, Milan, Italy, May 24-26, 1980. by Permanent Peoples" Tribunal.

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Published by Research and Information Center on Eritrea in Rome, Italy .
Written in English



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Includes bibliographical references.

LC ClassificationsDT397 .P47 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination405 p. :
Number of Pages405
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2886247M
LC Control Number84110419

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