Series: Kansakunnan historia 1-7

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Kansakunnan historia. 1 : Heräävä kansakunta 1709-1772 / kirjoittanut Helge Pohjolan-Pirhonen ; [kuvatoimitus ja taitto: Asko Rysä] by Helge Pohjolan-Pirhonen1
Kansakunnan historia. 2 : Kansakunta etsii itseään 1772-1808 / kirjoittanut Helge Pohjolan-Pirhonen ; [kuvatoimitus ja taitto: Mailis Malmivaara] by Helge Pohjolan-Pirhonen2
Kansakunnan historia. 3 : Kansakunta löytää itsensä 1808-1855 / kirj. Helge Pohjolan-Pirhonen ; [kuvatoimitus ja taitto: Hertta Tirranen] by Hertta Tirranen3
Kansakunnan historia. 4 : Kansakunta kerää voimia 1855-1890 / kirj. Teemu Aalto ; kuvatoimitus: [Teemu Aalto & Hertta Tirranen] by Teemu Aalto4
Kansakunnan historia. 5 : Ahdistettu kansakunta 1890-1917 / kirj. Kari O. Virtanen ; [kuvatoimitus: Kari O. Virtanen] by Kari O. Virtanen5
Kansakunnan historia. 6 : Täysivaltainen kansakunta 1917-1939 / kirjoittanut Veikko Huttunen ; [kuvatoimitus ja taitto: Veikko Huttunen ja Asko Rysä] by Veikko Huttunen6
Kansakunnan historia. 7 : Täysi-ikäinen kansakunta 1939-1973 / kirj. ja kuvatoimitus: Veikko Huttunen by Veikko Huttunen7

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