Jean-Louis Margolin

Jean-Louis Margolin is a lecturer in history and coordinator of lectures at the University of Provence and a researcher at the Research Institute on Southeast Asia of CNRS.

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Cover: The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, RepressionThe Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, RepressionCourtois, Stéphane
Werth, Nicolas
Panné, Jean-Louis
Paczkowski, Andrzej
Bartošek, Karel
Margolin, Jean-Louis
Kramer, Mark
Murphy, Jonathan
HARDCOVER10/15/1999$67.00
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