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Diao cha zhong guo da shi guan bei zha zhen xiang bao gao zhi yi / Li Shenglong
調查中國大使館被炸真相報告之一 / 李聖龍
Bib ID 4193199
Format BookBook
Author
Li, Shenglong
李聖龍
 
Description Xianggang : Xin tai yang wen hua chu you pin you xian gong si, [2006] 
香港 : 新太陽文化出有品有限公司, [2006] 
266 p. [12] p. of plates. : ill. (some col.), 1 map, ports., facsims. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9889949202
9789889949204
Notes

"Jiang Zemin, Zhu Rongji, Ke Lindun she xian he mou hong za Zhongguo da shi guan" --- cover.

Includes bibliographical references.

"江澤民, 朱鎔基, 克林頓涉嫌合謀轟炸中國大使館" --- cover.

Subjects Bombing, Aerial - Yugoslavia.  |  China - Foreign relations - United States.  |  United States - Foreign relations - China.
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Diao cha zhong guo da shi guan bei zha zhen xiang bao gao zhi 1

調查中國大使館被炸真相報告之1

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