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Uri sahoe ŭi Ilche chanjae rŭl ponda / Han Sang-bŏm chiŭm
우리사회의일제잔재를본다/ 한상범지음
Bib ID 2664824
Format BookBook
Author
Han, Sang-bŏm
한상범
 
Edition 1-pʻan. 
1판. 
Description Sŏul : Pʻurŭn Sesang, 2001 
서울 : 푸른세상, 2001 
239 p. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 8987987191
Subjects Korea -- Relations -- Japan.  |  Japan -- Relations -- Korea.  |  Korea -- Civilization -- Japanese influneces.  |  Korea -- History -- Japanese occupation, 1910-1945.
Also Titled

Ilche chanjae.

일제잔재.

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