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  AATSEEL Journal, The (via JSTOR)

Licensed for the period: Vol. 12 (1954) - Vol. 14 (1956) Readme
Licensed for the period: Vol. 12 (1954) - Vol. 14 (1956) Readme
Licensed for the period: Vol. 12 (1954) - Vol. 14 (1956) Readme
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Publisher:American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages ; JSTOR
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Subject(s):Slavonic Studies
Keyword(s):Fachdidaktik Slavistik
E-ISSN(s):2379-8165
P-ISSN(s):2325-7695
ZDB-Number:2853388-4
Fulltext online since:Vol. 12 (1954)
Fulltext online until:Vol. 14 (1956)
Homepage(s):https://www.jstor.org/journal/aatseeljournal
Type of appearance:retrospectively digitized
Pricetype:subject to fee
Annotation:Fortsetzung von: Bulletin of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages. Fortgesetzt von: Slavic and East European journal
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