Series: Nationalencyklopedins världshistoria

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Nationalencyklopedins världshistoria. Bd 7, Upptäckternas tid, 1350-1500 by Niels Steensgaard7
Aschehougs verdenshistorie. 8, Et nytt Europa : 1500-1750 by Kurt Ågren8
Nationalencyklopedins världshistoria. Bd 9, Världshandel och kulturmöten, 1500-1750 by Ingrid Emond9
Nationalencyklopedins världshistoria. Bd 10, Två revolutioner, 1750-1815 by Kåre Tønnesson10
Nationalencyklopedins världshistoria. Bd 11, Det starka Europa, 1815-1870 by Lars-Arne Norborg11
Nationalencyklopedins världshistoria. Bd 16 : , En förändrad värld : 1985- by Jarle Simensen12
Nationalencyklopedins världshistoria. Bd 13 : , Från krig till krig : 1914-1945 by Henning Poulsen13
Nationalencyklopedins världshistoria. Bd 14 : , Tre världar : 1945-1965 by Bo Huldt14
Nationalencyklopedins världshistoria. Bd 15, En otrygg värld, 1965-1985 by Sven Tägil15

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