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- ISBN: 978-953-7177-45-4
- Year of the edition: 2010
- Number of pages: 480
- Cover: hard
- Original title: God`s War
- Original language: English
- Translation: Alka Domić Kunić, Hrvoje Gračanin
- Dimensions: 150x230 mm
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