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The Aesthetic Movement (No. 80673) by Elizabeth Aslin
Algeria in turmoil: A history of the rebellion (Books that matter) by Michael K Clark
The architecture of fantasy;: Utopian building and planning in modern times (Books that matter) by Ulrich Conrads
Castro's revolution, myths and realities by Theodore Draper
Contemporary architecture in Germany by Werner Marschall
Conversations with Kafka by Gustav Janouch
A history of garden design by Derek Plint Clifford
A History of Modern Architecture by Jürgen Joedicke
History of the Belgians by Adrien De Meeus
Khrushchev and Stalin's ghost;: Text, background, and meaning of Khrushchev's secret report to the Twentieth Congress on the night of February 24-25, 1956 (Books that matter) by Bertram David Wolfe
Lyonel Feininger: City at the edge of the world (Books that matter) by T. Lux Feininger
Matisse: A Portrait of the Artist and the Man by Raymond Escholier
Modern architecture in Mexico: Arquitectura moderna en México (Books that matter) by Max L. Cetto
New China,: Friend or foe? (Books that matter series) by Alun Falconer
Das Nibelungenlied: A Complete Transcription in Modern German Type of the Text of Manuscript C from the Furstenberg Court Library, Donauschingen (Books That Matter) by Heinz Engels
Rebels, mercenaries, and dividends; the Katanga story by Smith Hempstone
The Sculpture of Africa by Eliot Elisofon

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