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At the watershed of two epochs

Hajnalka Vincze

Commentary on a document related to the visit in Budapest of Commission President Jacques Delors and French Minister of Foreign Affairs Roland Dumas, 16-17 November 1989. 

(In: Kecskés D. Gusztáv: Magyar-francia kapcsolatok 1945-1990, Magyar Történelmi Emlékek, 2006)


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