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Sahak yŏnʾgu
史學硏究
Bib ID 1505015
Format JournalJournal
Description [Sŏul] Hanʾuk Sa Hakhoe 
[서울] 韓國史學會 
no. 21 cm. 
Notes

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Life Dates Began in 1958 
Frequency Quarterly. 
Subjects History -- Periodicals.  |  Korea -- History -- Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Hanʾguk Sahakhoe
韓國史學會
Also Titled

Sahak yuenku <no. 4->

Study of history <no. 4->

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