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Gokuhi Nichi-Ro kaisen shashinchō / Todaka Kazushige kanshū
極秘日露海戦写真帖 / 戶高一成監修
Bib ID 3105831
Format BookBook
Description Tōkyō : Kashiwa Shobō, 2004 
東京 : 柏書房, 2004 
486 pages : chiefly ill. ; 22 x 31 cm. 
ISBN 476012490X
Notes

Reprint of "Gokuhi Meiji sanjūshichihachinen kaisenshi furoku shashinchō", "Seiro kaisen shashinchō", and "War vessels of Japan."

Subjects Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905 -- Pictorial works.
Other authors/contributors Todaka, Kazushige, 1948-
戶高一成, 1948-
Also Titled

Nichi-Ro kaisen shashinchō.

Gokuhi Meiji sanjūshichihachinen kaisenshi furoku shashinchō.

Seiro kaisen shashinchō.

War vessels of Japan.

日露海戦写真帖.

極秘明治三十七八年海戰史附錄寫眞帖.

征露海戰寫眞帖.

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