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Field service code (Senjinkun) / Adopted by the War Dept. on January 8, 1941 and translated into English by the Tokyo Gazette Publishing House
Bib ID 5159208
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Japan. Rikugunsho
Japan. 陸軍省
 
Uniform Title Senjinkun. English
Online Versions
Description Tōkyō : Tokyo Gazette Publishing House, Shōwa 16 [1941] 
東京 : Tokyo Gazette Publishing House, 昭和 16 [1941] 
21p. ; 13 cm. 
Series

Tokyo Gazette series ; no. 1.

Notes

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-372598481

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Subjects Japan. Rikugun -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.  |  Japan. Rikugun -- Field service.
Japan. Rikugun -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.  |  Japan. Rikugun -- Field service.
Also Titled

Eiyaku Senjinkun

英訳戦陣訓

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