2 edition of select bibliography of Danish works on the history of towns published 1960-1972 found in the catalog.
select bibliography of Danish works on the history of towns published 1960-1972
Henrik M. Jansen
by Institut for historie og samfundsvidenskab, Odense universitet in Odense
Written in English
|Statement||Henrik M. Jansen & Thomas Riis, under medvirken af Knud Hannestad.|
|Series||Skrifter fra Institut for historie og samfundsvidenskab, Odense universitet : Historie ; bd. 3, Skrifter fra Institut for historie og samfundsvidenskab, Odense universitet., nr. 3.|
|Contributions||Riis, Thomas, joint author., Hannestad, Knud.|
|LC Classifications||Z7165.D4 J34, HT145.D4 J34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||79313810|
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Constance Ring (#54) by Amalie Skram () is Norwegian, not Danish. Amalie Skram moved to Denmark in but Constance Ring was first published in So apart from the fact that Amalie Skram is considered to be a Norwegian author, the book can't possibly be called Danish literature in my opinion, as it was published before she moved. This bibliography acts as a supplement to Sir Arthur Mitchell and C. G. Cash's A Contribution to the Bibliography of Scottish Topography, which consists of books relating to Scotland published up to In Part One, works of topographical and general interest are divided by shire, town Seller Rating: % positive.
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