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Ya pian zhan zheng yan jiu / Zhang Jianxiong zhu bian
鸦片战争研究 / 张建雄主编
Bib ID 6487653
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Edition Di 1 ban. 
第1版. 
Description Guangzhou : Guangdong ren min chu ban she, 2010 
广州 : 广东人民出版社, 2010 
271 pages ; 26 cm 
ISBN 9787218069760 (paperback) (RMBY34.00)
7218069762 (paperback) (RMBY34.00)
Notes

Text in simple Chinese scripts.

Subjects China -- History -- Opium War, 1840-1842.
Other authors/contributors Zhang, Jianxiong, editor
张建雄, editor

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