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A Japanese view of Outer Mongolia; being a condensed translation of "The Outer Mongolian People's Republic," by Yasuo Misshima and Tomio Goto. Translated and summarized from the Japanese by Andrew J. Grajdanzev
Bib ID 1675019
Format BookBook
Author
Misshima, Yasuo
 
Description New York, International Secretariat, Institute of Pacific Relations, 1942 
66 leaves. 28 cm. 
Notes

"Condensed translation of ... `Gaimo jimmin kyowa-koku'." --Foreword.

Reproduced from type-written copy.

"Sources": leaves 65-66.

Subjects Mongolia -- History.  |  Mongolia -- Description and travel.
Other authors/contributors Grad, Andrew Jonah, 1899-, tr  |  Goto, Tomio  |  Institute of Pacific Relations
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Outer Mongolian People's Republic

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