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Jian ming Guangdong shi / zhu bian Jiang Zuyuan, Fang Zhiqin ; zhu zhe Yang Shiting ... [et al.]
简明廣東史/ 主编蒋祖缘, 方志钦 ; 著者杨式挺... [et al.]
Bib ID 270561
Format BookBook
Edition Di 1 ban. 
第1版. 
Description [Canton] : Guangdong ren min chu ban she : Guangdong sheng xin hua shu dian jing xiao, 1987 
[Canton] : 广东人民出版社: 广东省新华书店经销, 1987 
16, 3, 830 pages ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 7218000428
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Guangdong Sheng (China) -- History.
Other authors/contributors Jiang, Zuyuan  |  Fang, Zhiqin, 1935-  |  Yang, Shiting
蒋祖缘  |  方志钦, 1935-  |  杨式挺

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