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Showing results for music balkan. No results found for Mussa Balkami.
Author:Hector Hugh Munro
Sheep The Oversight Hyacinth The Image of the Lost Soul The Purple of the Balkan Kings The Cupboard of the Yesterdays For the Duration of the War Works by
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The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Slavs
Southern Slavs, besides Russians, Serbs, etc. The European War and the Balkan wars of 1912-13 exacted a heavy toll of Slav blood. The great losses of
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Short Stories from the Balkans/Foolish Jona
Short Stories from the Balkans translated by Edna W. Underwood Foolish Jona by Jan Neruda 2548469Short Stories from the Balkans — Foolish JonaEdna W. UnderwoodJan
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Short Stories from the Balkans/Furor Illyricus
Stories from the Balkans translated by Edna W. Underwood Furor Illyricus by A. von Vestendorf 2547687Short Stories from the Balkans — Furor IllyricusEdna
354 bytes (2,296 words) - 21:14, 16 July 2019
The Czechoslovak Review/Volume 2/The Slavs
that eventually became Austria-Hungary and over nearly the whole of the Balkan peninsula; and it is from the same regions that, from the seventh to the
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Thrace
that intervened between the river Ister (Danube) and the Haemus Mountains (Balkan) had been formed into the separate provinces of Moesia, and the region between
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Short Stories from the Balkans/Brother Cœlestin
Stories from the Balkans translated by Edna W. Underwood Brother Cœlestin by Jaroslav Vrchlický 1638335Short Stories from the Balkans — Brother CœlestinEdna
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The Russian Review/Volume 1
 1916 February 1916, No. 1 CONTENTS. Translated by P. Leonov LITERATURE, MUSIC, ART. Translated from the Russian. Translated from the Russian. Rendered
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Michael Obrenovich III.
father, in liberating all the Servian people, and if possible all other Balkan Christians, from direct Turkish rule. But while this programme made the
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Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Rich, Claudius James
v.], the ambassador, and in 1814 he prolonged his journey through the Balkan provinces to Vienna, and thence to Paris, then in the hands of the allies
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Servia
an inland kingdom of south-eastern Europe, situated in the north of the Balkan Peninsula. The frontier, as defined by the Berlin Treaty of 1878, is, roughly
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The Czechoslovak Review/Volume 2/The great New York manifestation
spirit-murderer. This spirit-murderer must be killed. That will be done if the Balkan nations form a barrier to Germany. “You have read of the peace move of AustriaHungary
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Reinach, Joseph
being called in 1887. He attracted the attention of Gambetta by articles on Balkan politics published in the Revue bleue, and joined the staff of the Republique
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Copyright, Its History and Its Law/Conspectus
or 42* mo.) Montenegro Fr., It. Uncertain Bulgaria protection Uncertain Balkan 1896? protection States Servia No protec- tion Roumania Aus., Belg., Fr
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Short Stories from the Balkans/All Souls' Day
Short Stories from the Balkans translated by Edna W. Underwood All Souls' Day by Jan Neruda 2548467Short Stories from the Balkans — All Souls' DayEdna W
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Dalmatia
and crownland of the Austro-Hungarian empire, in the north-west of the Balkan Peninsula, and on the Adriatic Sea. Dalmatia is bounded, on the landward
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Reginald in Russia and Other Sketches/The Soul of Laploshka
and his cheeks took on the mottled hues of an ethnographical map of the Balkan Peninsula. That same day, at sundown, he died. "Failure of the heart's action
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The Lady of the Shroud/Book VIII
at every beat till, in true Balkan fashion, the dance became a very agony of passionate movement. At this point the music slowed down again, and the mountaineers
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Submerged Forests/Advertisements
Prof. E. J. Rapson, M.A. The Peoples of India. By J. D. Anderson. M.A. The Balkan Peoples. By J. D. Bourchier. Canada of the present day. By C. G. Hewitt
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Author:George W. Bush/Presidential Proclamations
Efforts in the Western Balkans, and Persons Responsible for Wartime Atrocities in That Region Proclamation 7453 − Black Music Month, 2001 Proclamation
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