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Hong xin chi dan wei zhe Gang Ying
紅心赤胆威攝港英
Bib ID 3083382
Format BookBook
Description Xianggang, Xianggang san lian shu dian, 1967 
香港, 香港三聯書店, 1967 
34 p. 13 cm. 
Full contents
  • Mao zhu xi de hao xue sheng, He Feng lie shi guang hui de yi sheng
  • Hong xin chi dan wei zhe Gang Ying, ji fan Ying kang bao xiao jiang Zhang Puxuan
  • Hong xin zhi zhuang gu tou ying, ji Xianggang fan Ying kang bao xiao ying xiong Chen Liqiang.
 
  • 毛主席的好學生, 何楓烈士光輝的一生
  • 紅心赤胆威攝港英, 記反英抗暴小將張普璇
  • 紅心志壯骨頭硬, 記香港反英抗暴小英雄陳立強.
 
Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Hong Kong (China) -- Riots, 1967.

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