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Buskruit en Sauerkraut - oorlogsbronnen in…

Buskruit en Sauerkraut - oorlogsbronnen in De Zwarte Doos (20ste eeuw)

by Leen Charles

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Een uniek overzicht van bronnen in De Zwarte Doos die in aanmerking komen voor de studie van de geschiedenis van de twee wereldoorlogen. Dat de Eerste Wereldoorlog (1914-1918) en de Tweede Wereldoorlog (1940-1945) ook in Gent sporen nalieten, mag blijken uit dit uitgebreide overzicht dat zich zowel richt tot de geïnteresseerde Gentenaar als tot de professionele onderzoeker. http://www.gentblogt.be/2007/10/20/buskruit-en-sauerkraut
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