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The China press [electronic resource] = Ta-lu pao
Bib ID 3796175
Format NewspaperNewspaper, OnlineOnline [electronic resource] =]
Uniform Title China press (Shanghai, China) (Online)
Online Versions
Description Shanghai [China] : China National Press, 1911-1949 
v. : ill. ; 58 cm. 
Technical Details

Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web. Available at http://nla.gov.au/nla.gen-vn3796175 

Numbering Note Suspended Dec. 8, 1941-Oct. 9, 1945. 
Notes

Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 19 (Sept. 19, 1911).

Life Dates Began with Aug. 29, 1911 issue; ceased in 1949 
Frequency Daily (except holidays), <Oct. 1, 1938-> 
Previous Frequency Daily (except Monday and holidays), <Jan. 3, 1925-> 
Subjects Shanghai (China) - Newspapers.
Place China Shanghai.
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Ta-lu pao

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