Series: Jaarboek van het Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie

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Volkseigen : ras, cultuur en wetenschap in Nederland, 1900-1950 by Martijn Eickhoff11
Onrecht. Oorlog en rechtvaardigheid in de twintigste eeuw by Madelon de Keizer12
Utopie : utopisch denken, doen en bouwen in de twintigste eeuw by Madelon de Keizer13
Thuisfront : oorlog en economie in de twintigste eeuw by Madelon de Keizer14
Moderniteit : modernisme en massacultuur in Nederland 1914-1940 by Madelon de Keizer15
Religie: godsdienst en geweld in de twintigste eeuw (Jaarboek van het Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie) by M. de Keizer (red.)17
Staat van veiligheid : de Nederlandse samenleving sinds 1900 by Madelon de Keizer18
Small nations : crisis and confrontation in the 20th century by Madelon de Keizer19

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