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by Lajos Lukacs

Author: Lajos Lukacs
Subcategory: World
Language: English Italian
Publisher: Akademiai Kiado; illustrated edition edition (December 1, 1981)
Pages: 795 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.8
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Lajos Lukács, Andrzej J. Szwarc.

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The Vatican and Eastern Europe (1846–1958) describes the relations from the pontificate of Pope Pius IX (1846–1878) through the pontificate of Pope Pius XII (1939–1958). It includes the relations of the Church State (1846–1870) and the Vatican (1870–1958) with Russia (1846–1918), Lithuania (1922–1958) and Poland (1918–1958). The Pontificate of Pius IX began in 1846

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