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State visit to Australia by His Excellency Dr Johannes Rau, president of the Federal Republic of Germany and Mrs Christina Rau : overall programme and orders of arrangements for the Australian Capital Territory : Wednesday 2 to Sunday 6 May 2001
Bib ID 3543353
Format BookBook
Description [Canberra] : Commonwealth of Australia, [2004] 
91 leaves : ill., 1 map ; 15 cm. 
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Cover title.

Subjects Visits of state -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Australia

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