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Die Amerikanische Revolution in Augenzeugenberichten. by Willi Paul Adams
At the Court of Versailles - Eyewitness Reports from the Reign of Louis XIV by Gilette Ziegler
Der Aufstieg der NSDAP in Augenzeugenberichten. by Ernst Deuerlein
Burgund und seine Herzöge in Augenzeugenberichten by Christa Dericum
The Congress of Vienna; an eyewitness account by Hilde Spiel
The Crusaders: The Struggle for the Holy Land by Régine Pernoud
Die deutsche Arbeiterbewegung 1848 - 1919 in Augenzeugenberichten. by Ursula Schulz
Deutschland in der Weltwirtschaftskrise in Augenzeugenberichten by Wilhelm Treue
Der Dreißigjährige Krieg in Augenzeugenberichten. by Hans Jessen
Die Eroberung Perus in Augenzeugenberichten (DTV Augenzeugenberichte) (German Edition) by Lieselotte Engl
The French Revolution by Georges Pernoud
Friedrich der Große und Maria Theresia in Augenzeugenberichten by Hans Jessen
Die Geburt des modernen Japan in Augenzeugenberichten by Gertrude C. Schwebell
Die Gründung des Deutschen Reiches 1870/71 in Augenzeugenberichten by Ernst Deuerlein
La Guerre de Sécession by Victor Austin
Das Heilige Land in Augenzeugenberichten: Aus Reiseberichten deutscher Pilger, Kaufleute und Abenteurer vom 10. bis 19. Jahrhundert (German Edition) by Peter Gradenwitz
Der Kampf um Berlin 1945 in Augenzeugenberichten by Peter Gosztony
Katharina II. von Russland in Augenzeugenberichten by Hans Jessen
Die letzten Habsburger in Augenzeugenberichten by Hans Flesch-Brunningen
Ludwig II. von Bayern in Augenzeugenberichten by Rupert Hacker
Napoleons Russlandfeldzug in Augenzeugenberichten by Eckart Klessmann
Die Reformation in Augenzeugenberichten. by Helmar Junghans
Revolution und Rerepublik in Mchen 1918/19 in Augenzeugenberichten by Gerhard Schmolze
Die Russische Revolution in Augenzeugenberichten. by Richard Kohn
Der spanische Bürgerkrieg in Augenzeugenberichten. by Frederik Hetmann
Der Ungarische Volksaufstand in Augenzeugenberichten by Peter Gosztony

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