Higher education in Yugoslavia

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Statement[editor-in-chief, Mileta Abazović ; contributors, Egon Rozenblat ... et al. ; translators into English, Darinka Petkovic].
ContributionsAbazović, Mileta., Rozenblat, Egon.
LC ClassificationsLA1008 .H53
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Pagination80 p. :
Number of Pages80
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Open LibraryOL4595999M
LC Control Number77358525

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