Alphabetical Index

@article{1987AlphabeticalI,
  title={Alphabetical Index},
  author={},
  journal={Central European History},
  year={1987},
  volume={20},
  pages={66 - 98}
}
  • Published 1 September 1987
  • Art
  • Central European History
This alphabetical listing includes three sorts of entries: (1) All contributions to Central European History are listed by author or authors. (2) All books reviewed are indexed by author, and occasionally by title. Books with more than one author are repeated or cross-referenced. Full titles (including subtitles) and dates of publication are included. (3) Biographical articles are indexed (except for Bismarck and Hitler) by subject. In this case, the subjects are generally indicated simply by… 

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