3 edition of Three decades in the history of Hungarian higher education found in the catalog.
Three decades in the history of Hungarian higher education
|Statement||Tamás Klement ; [translated by János Rapcsák ; rev. by Ian David Hays].|
|LC Classifications||LA687 .K5513|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||101 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||79309364|
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No uprising, however, proved more fateful than the Hungarian revolution. Three new books provide Author: Jacob Heilbrunn. The social and political history of Hungarian education. the financial administration. The use of German had expanded in education in the previous decades: it was the second language of.
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