Projekt "Socialistická diktatura jako myšlenkový svět"

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KOPEČEK, Michal, Pavel KOLÁŘ, 2012. Projekt "Socialistická diktatura jako myšlenkový svět". In: Soudobé dějiny. Ústav pro Soudobé Dejiny AV CR. 19(2), pp. 189-195. ISSN 1210-7050. eISSN 2695-0952

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