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An economic history of Japan / by Takao Tsuchiya ; translation by Michitaro Shidehara ; rev. by Neil Skene Smith ; edited, with an introd. and notes by Kurt Singer
Bib ID 2536094
Format BookBook
Author
Tsuchiya, Takao, 1896-
 
Uniform Title Nippon keizaishi gaiyo. English
Description Tokyo, [1937] 
1 v. 
Subjects Japan -- Economic conditions -- To 1868.
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