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Shirarezaru sensō hanzai : Nihongun wa Ōsutorariajin ni nani o shita ka / Tanaka Toshiyuki cho
知られざる戦争犯罪 : 日本軍はオーストラリア人に何をしたか / 田中利幸著
Bib ID 324324
Format BookBook
Author
Tanaka, Toshiyuki, 1949-
田中利幸, 1949-
 
Description Tōkyō : Ōtsuki Shoten, 1993 
東京 : 大月書店, 1993 
262 pages : illustrations, maps ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 427252030X
Subjects World War, 1939-1945 -- Indonesia -- Prisoners and prisons, Japanese.  |  Australians -- Crimes against -- Indonesia.  |  Japan -- Armed Forces -- Southeast Asia -- Attitudes.

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