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Deng Xiaoping zhuan = Deng Xiaoping and the making of modern China / Lichade Yiwensi (Richard Evans) zhu ; Tian Shan yi
邓小平传 = Deng Xiaoping and the making of modern China / 理查德·伊文思(Richard Evans)著 ; 田山译
Bib ID 6487715
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Evans, Richard, 1928-2012, author
 
Uniform Title Deng Xiaoping and the making of modern China. Chinese
Edition Di 1 ban. 
第1版. 
Description Beijing : Guo ji wen hua chu ban gong si, 2013 
北京 : 国际文化出版公司, 2013 
ii, 388 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9787512504837
7512504837
Series

Jun zheng guan ; 35.

Pi bo ren wu ; 168.

军政馆 : 35. .

皮波人物 ; 168.

Notes

Translation of: Deng Xiaoping and the making of modern China.

"Tu wen zhen cang ban"--Title page.

Text in simple Chinese scripts.

"图文珍藏版"--Title page.

Subjects Deng, Xiaoping, 1904-1997.  |  Heads of state -- China -- Biography.  |  China -- History -- 20th century.
邓小平, 1904-1997.
Other authors/contributors Tian, Shan, translator
田山, translator

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