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Nihon Kaigun oyatoi gaijin : bakumatsu kara Nichi-Ro Sensō made / Shinohara Hiroshi cho
日本海軍お雇い外人 : 幕末から日露戦爭まで / 篠原宏著
Bib ID 2658208
Format BookBook
Author
Shinohara, Hiroshi, 1926-
篠原宏, 1926-
 
Description Tōkyō : Chūō Kōronsha, Shōwa 63 [1988] 
東京 : 中央公論社, 昭和 63 [1988] 
226, 3, 3 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 18 cm. 
ISBN 4121008936
Series

Chūkō shinsho ; 893.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 222-223.

Subjects Japan. Kaigun -- Training administrators -- History.  |  Japan -- Officials and employees, Alien -- History.
Japan. 海軍 -- Training administrators -- History.

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