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Burajiru shakai ni taisuru nikkeijin no yakuwari to kōken / [Gaimushō Ryōji Ijūbu]
ブラジル社会に対する日系人の役割と貢献 / [外務省領事移住部]
Bib ID 263973
Format BookBook
Description Tōkyō : Gaimushō Ryōji Ijūbu, Shōwa 53[1978] 
東京 : 外務省領事移住部, 昭和 53[1978] 
330 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm. 
Notes

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Subjects Japanese -- Brazil.  |  Brazil -- Emigration and immigration -- History.  |  Japanese -- Brazil -- Social conditions.
Other authors/contributors Japan. Gaimushō. Ryōji Ijūbu
Japan. 外務省. 領事移住部

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