2 edition of South American opinions on the war found in the catalog.
South American opinions on the war
Carlos Silva VildoМЃsola
|Statement||... Carlos Silva Vildósola and Nicolás F. López; translation from the Spanish by P. H. Goldsmith.|
|Series||Carnegie Endowment for International Peace : Division of Intercourse and Education -- Publications no.14, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace -- Publications no.14.|
|Contributions||López, Nicolás F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
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South American Opinions on the War: I. Chile and the War (Hardback) by Peter H. Goldsmith, Carlos Silva Vildosola, Nicolas F. Lopez Hardcover, Published ISBN / ISBN / This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge. collection of essays: Maris A.
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