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Ho Chi Minh : nhung van de tam li hoc nhan cach / chu bien Do Long
Bib ID 2913418
Format BookBook
Author
Do Long
 
Description Ha Noi : Vien tam li hoc, Hoi tam li-giao duc hoc Viet Nam, 1995 
208 p. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

"Chuong trinh KX-07".

"Chuong trinh KHCN cap nha nuoc KX-07"--Cover.

Bibliography: p. 208.

Subjects Ho Chi Minh, - 1890-1969 - Knowledge - Psychology.  |  Ho Chi Minh, - 1890-1969 - Views on ethics.  |  Personality and culture - Vietnam.  |  Personality and politics - Vietnam.  |  Personality.
Other authors/contributors Chuong Trinh Khoa Hoc Cong Nghe Cap Nha Nuoc KX.07  |  Hoi tam li - giao duc hoc Viet Nam  |  Vien tam li
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Ho Chi Minh: nh*ug van de tam ly hoc nhan cach

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