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Fact and fiction in Japanese imperialism / A.H. McDonald
Bib ID 2789487
Format BookBook
Author
McDonald, A. H. (Alexander Hugh), 1908-
 
Printer (Sydney : John Sands)
Description Sydney : Australian Institute of International Affairs, [1943] 
31 p. ; 19 cm. 
Series

Asia history pamphlets ; v. 15. .

Australia in a new world ; no. 2.

Notes

Cover title.

N copy in bound volume with spine title: Australia in a new world.

N copy in bound volume with spine title: Australia in a new world.

Subjects Japan -- Foreign relations -- 1912-1945.  |  Japan -- History.  |  Japan -- Politics and government -- 1912-1945.
Other authors/contributors Australian Institute of International Affairs

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