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Kai zhan da gui mo de qun zhong wen jiao yun dong / Mao Zedong deng zhu
開展大規模的群衆文教運動 / 毛澤東等著
Bib ID 1521230
Format BookBook
Edition Chu ban. 
初版. 
Description Washinton, D.C. : Center for Chinese Materials, Association of Research Libraries, [1975] 
ca. 45 leaves ; 28 cm. 
Notes

Photocopy of: Xianggang : Zhongguo chu ban she, 1947.

Each leaf represents 2 pages of the original.

Photocopy of: 香港 : 中國出版社, 1947.

Subjects Adult education -- China.  |  Education -- China.
Other authors/contributors Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976
毛澤東, 1893-1976

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