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A century of victimhood: Antecedents and current impacts of victimization to World War I across Europe

Bibliographic reference Bouchat, Pierre ; Licata, Laurent ; Rosoux, Valérie. A century of victimhood: Antecedents and current impacts of victimization to World War I across Europe. In: European Journal of Social Psychology, Vol. 47, no.2, p. 195-208 (2017)
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