Solarz, M.W. (ed.): Poland in the modern world: Atlas of Poland's Political Geography

  • Péter Balogh Central and North Hungarian Research Department, Institute for Regional Studies, CERS, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA), Budapest, Hungary




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How to Cite
BaloghP. (2018). Solarz, M.W. (ed.): Poland in the modern world: Atlas of Poland’s Political Geography. Hungarian Geographical Bulletin, 67(4), 397-400.
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