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Lee Kuan Yew and the Commonwealth
Bib ID 246262
Format BookBook
Author
Josey, Alex, 1910-1986
 
Description [Singapore] : D. Moore Press, [1969] 
112 p. : ill., ports. ; 27 cm. 
Notes

Label mounted on t.p.: Exclusive distributors: The Cellar Book Shop, Detroit.

"This is a book about the seventeenth meeting of the Commonwealth of Nations which was held in London...from 7 January, 1969 to 15 January, 1969".

Subjects Lee, Kuan Yew, 1923-2015.  |  Commonwealth of Nations.  |  Southeast Asia -- Defenses.

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