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Sansei-shō chūnanbu no engyō jijō
山西省中南部ノ塩業事情
Bib ID 7293886
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Hashizume, Masao, author
橋爪正男, author
 
Description [Tōkyō] : Tōa Kenkyūjo, Shōwa 16 [1941] 
[Tōkyō] : 東亜研究所, 昭和 16 [1941] 
15 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm. 
Series

Nii Hokui Daisan Bukai shiryō.

Sang Ye Collection.

二委北委第三部会資料.

Notes

Cover title.

Summary of report by Masao Hashizume. Cf. verso t.p.

On double leaves, oriental style.

Issued as confidential document.

Subjects Salt industry and trade -- China -- Shanxi Sheng.  |  Salt industry and trade.  |  China -- Shanxi Sheng.
Other authors/contributors Tōa Kenkyūjo (Tokyo, Japan)
東亜研究所 (Tokyo, Japan)

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