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Eguo qin lüe yuan dong shi / David J. Dallin Zhu ; Zhou Zhao yi
俄國侵畧遠東史 / David J. Dallin著 ; 周肇譯
Bib ID 5866185
Format BookBook
Author
Dallin, David J., 1889-1962
 
Uniform Title Rise of Russia in Asia. Chinese
Edition Tai 2 ban. 
臺2版. 
Description Taibei Shi : Guo li bian yi guan : Fa xing suo Zheng zhong shu ju, Minguo 42 [1953] 
台北市 : 國立編譯館 : 發行所正中書局, 民國42[1953] 
6, 6, 282 p. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

Translation of: The rise of Russia in Asia.

Subjects Russia -- Foreign relations -- Asia.  |  Asia -- Foreign relations -- Russia.  |  Russia -- Asiatic relations.
Other authors/contributors Zhou, Zhao
周肇

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