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Lich su chien tranh bien gioi Viet Hoa / Nguyen Hop Minh
Bib ID 2349264
Format BookBook
Author
Nguyen, Hop Minh
 
Description Ascot Vale, Vic. : Tac gia, 2003 
iv, 310 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0957717776
Notes

Supplementary to: Lich su chinh tri Viet Nam cuoi the ky XX (1945-2000) = Vietnamese political history in the last XX century (1945-2000)

Includes bibliographical references.

Text in Vietnamese.

Subjects Vietnam (Democratic Republic) - Foreign relations - China.  |  China - Foreign relations - Vietnam.  |  Vietnam - History.
Also Titled

History of the Vietnamese and Chinese frontier wars

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