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Two centuries of Anglo-German relations
Wolfgang J. Mommsen
|Statement||by Wolfgang J. Mommsen.|
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Two Centuries of Anglo-German Correspondences: Celebrating Queen Victoria, Prince Albert, George Eliot and Theodor Fontane. 26 June: - 27 & 28 June: - The Lydia & Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre Victoria and Albert Museum Two centuries of Anglo-German relations.
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