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Ōsutoraria to Ajia sono chōki tenbō : Ōsutoraria Renpō seifu Arekuzandā Daunā Gaimu Daijin enzetsu Shidonī Gaikoku Tokuhain Kyōkai 1996-nen 4-gatsu 11-nichi =...
オーストラリアとアジアその長期展望 オーストラリア連邦政府アレクザンダーダウナー外務大臣演說シドニー外国特派員協会1996年4月11日 = Australia and Ajia taking the long view
Tōkyō : Ōsutoraria Taishikan Kōhōbu, [1996]
東京 : オーストラリア大使館広報部, [1996]
 
 
by Cairns, Jim, 1914-2003
[Melbourne : Melbourne University Democratic Socialist Club, 1967?]
 
 
Balmain, N.S.W. : Spinney Press, 1997
 
North Sydney : Australian Industry Group, c2011 , Parkville, Vic : AsiaLink, University of Melbourne, c2011
BookBook, OnlineOnline
 
 
Ōsutoraria no tabunka shugi to Ajia / Gaban Makōmakku
オーストラリアの多文化主義とアジア / ガバン.マコーマック
by McCormack, Gavan
[Kyōto : Ritsumeikan Daigaku, 1997]
[京都 : 立命館大学, 1997]
 
 
by Ball, W. Macmahon (William Macmahon), 1901-1986
[Canberra] : Australian Institute of International Affairs, 1967
 
 
by Whitlam, Gough, 1916-
Bedford Park, S. Aust. : Flinders University of South Australia, 1979
 
 
Aodaliya yu Ya Zhou guan xi shi, 1940-1995 = History of Australia-Asia relations, 1940-1995 / Zhang Qiusheng zhu
澳大利亚与亚洲关系史, 1940-1995 = History of Australia-Asia relations, 1940-1995 / 张秋生著
by Zhang, Qiusheng, 1953-
张秋生, 1953-
Beijing : Beijing da xue chu ban she, 2002
北京 : 北京大学出版社, 2002
 
 
 
Aodaliya yu Ya Zhou guan xi shi (1940-1995) [electronic resource] / Zhang Qiusheng zhu
澳大利亚与亚洲关系史(1940-1995) [electronic resource] / 张秋生著
by Zhang, Qiusheng, 1953-
张秋生, 1953-
Beijing : Beijing da xue chu ban she, 2002
北京 : 北京大学出版社, 2002
BookBook, OnlineOnline
 
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