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The coming holocaust / by Don E. Stanton
Bib ID 7130270
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Stanton, Don E. author
 
Printer Bunbury, Western Australia : Roeland Lithographics Aboriginal Training Scheme Press
Description Secunderabad : Maranatha Revival Crusade, 1980 
36 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm 
Series

Maranatha monthly message ; no. 38.

Notes

"Published by Claffind Publications Association for their ministry 'Maranatha Revival Crusade'"--Title page verso.

Published in Secunderābād, India.

Subjects Prophecies.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Maranatha Revival Crusade, issuing body
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Coming world holocaust

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