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Prehistorie eerste hoge culturen by Golo Mann1
Hoge culturen van Centraal- en Oost-Azië by Golo Mann2
Griechenland. Die hellenistische Welt by Golo Mann3
Propyläen Weltgeschichte. Bd. 4. Rom - Die römische Welt by Golo Mann4
Propyläen Weltgeschichte. Bd. 5. [Islam - Die Entstehung Europas] by Golo Mann5
Propyläen Weltgeschichte. Bd. 6. [Weltkulturen - Renaissance in Europa] by Golo Mann6
Propyläen Weltgeschichte. Bd. 7. [Von der Reformation zur Revolution] by Golo Mann7
Propyläen Weltgeschichte. Bd. 8. Das neunzehnte Jahrhundert by Golo Mann8
Universele wereldgeschiedenis. Dl. 9: De twintigste eeuw by Golo Mann9
De wereld van heden I by Golo Mann10.1
Universele wereldgeschiedenis. Dl.11: De wereld van heden II by Golo Mann10.2

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