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The invention of a protestant Belgian national identity: relations between national and religious identities in the British perception of Belgium in the mid-nineteenth century

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François, Pieter. 2006. “The Invention of a Protestant Belgian National Identity: Relations Between National and Religious Identities in the British Perception of Belgium in the Mid-nineteenth Century.” In 120th Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, Proceeding Paper. Kent, UK: Bell.
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François, P. (2006). The invention of a protestant Belgian national identity: relations between national and religious identities in the British perception of Belgium in the mid-nineteenth century. 120th Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, proceeding paper. Presented at the 120 th Annual Conference of the American Historical Association, Kent, UK: Bell.
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François P. The invention of a protestant Belgian national identity: relations between national and religious identities in the British perception of Belgium in the mid-nineteenth century. 120th Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, proceeding paper. Kent, UK: Bell; 2006.
MLA
François, Pieter. “The Invention of a Protestant Belgian National Identity: Relations Between National and Religious Identities in the British Perception of Belgium in the Mid-nineteenth Century.” 120th Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, Proceeding Paper. Kent, UK: Bell, 2006. Print.
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  author       = {Fran\c{c}ois, Pieter},
  booktitle    = {120th Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, proceeding paper},
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  location     = {Philadelphia, PA, USA},
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  publisher    = {Bell},
  title        = {The invention of a protestant Belgian national identity: relations between national and religious identities in the British perception of Belgium in the mid-nineteenth century},
  year         = {2006},
}