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Murphy, H. 2020: 'We do not want to be Too Hard on the Norwegians': Sterling balances and rebuilding the Norwegian merchant shipping fleet, 1945–1950. The Mariner's Mirror 106(4): 450-463
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Dorman, S.R. 2015: 'We have not made anybody homeless': regulation and control of urban life in Zimbabwe. Citizenship Studies 20(1): 84-98
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