Les maquisards de France pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, combattants irréguliers ou armée de la nation ?Citation formats

  • Authors:
  • Raphaële Balu
  • Raphaëlle Branche (Guest editor)
  • Julie Le Gac (Guest editor)

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Les maquisards de France pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, combattants irréguliers ou armée de la nation ? / Balu, Raphaële; Branche, Raphaëlle (Guest editor); Le Gac, Julie (Guest editor).

In: 20&21. Revue d'Histoire, Vol. 1 (2019), No. 141, 24.01.2019, p. 81-95.

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Balu, R, Branche, R (Guest ed.) & Le Gac, J (Guest ed.) 2019, 'Les maquisards de France pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, combattants irréguliers ou armée de la nation ?', 20&21. Revue d'Histoire, vol. 1 (2019), no. 141, pp. 81-95.

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Balu, R., Branche, R. (Guest ed.), & Le Gac, J. (Guest ed.) (2019). Les maquisards de France pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, combattants irréguliers ou armée de la nation ? 20&21. Revue d'Histoire, 1 (2019)(141), 81-95.

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Balu R, Branche R, (Guest ed.), Le Gac J, (Guest ed.). Les maquisards de France pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, combattants irréguliers ou armée de la nation ? 20&21. Revue d'Histoire. 2019 Jan 24;1 (2019)(141):81-95.

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Balu, Raphaële ; Branche, Raphaëlle (Guest editor) ; Le Gac, Julie (Guest editor). / Les maquisards de France pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, combattants irréguliers ou armée de la nation ?. In: 20&21. Revue d'Histoire. 2019 ; Vol. 1 (2019), No. 141. pp. 81-95.

Bibtex

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