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Mao Zedong he shi jie feng yun ren wu / Dong Baocun zhu
毛泽东和世界风云人物 / 董保存著
Bib ID 3118132
Format BookBook
Author
Dong, Baocun
董保存
 
Edition Di 1 ban. 
第1版. 
Printer (2003 printing)
(2003 printing)
Description Beijing : Ren min chu ban she, 1993 
北京 : 人民出版社, 1993 
2, 306 pages ; 19 cm. 
ISBN 7010015139
Series

Mao Zedong shu xi.

毛泽东书系.

Subjects Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976 -- Anecdotes.  |  China -- Foreign relations -- 1949-1976 -- Anecdotes.
毛泽东, 1893-1976 -- Anecdotes.
Also Titled

Colophon title also in pinyin: MaoZedong he shijie fengyun renwu.

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