Between Moscow and London. Romanian Orthodoxy and National Communism, 1960-1965

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Between Moscow and London. Romanian Orthodoxy and National Communism, 1960-1965. / Leustean, Lucian.

In: Slavonic and East European review, Vol. 85, No. 3, 2007, p. 491-552.

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Leustean, L 2007, 'Between Moscow and London. Romanian Orthodoxy and National Communism, 1960-1965' Slavonic and East European review, vol. 85, no. 3, pp. 491-552.

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Leustean, L. (2007). Between Moscow and London. Romanian Orthodoxy and National Communism, 1960-1965. Slavonic and East European review, 85(3), 491-552.

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Leustean L. Between Moscow and London. Romanian Orthodoxy and National Communism, 1960-1965. Slavonic and East European review. 2007;85(3):491-552.

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Leustean, Lucian. / Between Moscow and London. Romanian Orthodoxy and National Communism, 1960-1965. In: Slavonic and East European review. 2007 ; Vol. 85, No. 3. pp. 491-552.

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