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Hitsūnaru Nichi-Ro sensō no keiken / E Marutsuinofu cho, Saitō Kaizō henshū
悲痛ナル 日露戦争ノ経験 / エ マルツイノフ著, 斉藤戎三 編輯
Bib ID 4349184
Format BookBook
Description Tōkyō : Kaikōsha, Meiji 40 [1907] 
東京 : 偕行社, 明治 40 [1907] 
62 p. ; 23 cm. 
Series

Sakakibara Collection.

Notes

Cover title.

Issued as a issue of a periodical, "Kaikōsha kiji" no.369 furoku.

Subjects Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905 -- Campaigns.  |  Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905 -- Personal narratives, Russian.
Other authors/contributors Saitō, Kaizō
斉藤戎三
Also Titled

Kaikōsha kiji dai 369-gō furoku

偕行社記事 第369号付録

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