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The historiography of Belgian colonialism in the Congo

@inproceedings{Vanthemsche2006TheHO,
  title={The historiography of Belgian colonialism in the Congo},
  author={Guy Vanthemsche},
  year={2006}
}
I. Public Power in Europe: Studies in Historical Transformations II. Power and Culture: Hegemony, Interaction and Dissent III. Religion, Ritual and Mythology. Aspects of Identity Formation in Europe IV. Professions and Social Identity. New European Historical Research on Work, Gender and Society V. Frontiers and Identities: Exploring the Research Area VI. Europe and the World in European Historiography 

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