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Yasukuni Jinja to Nihonjin / Kobori Keiichirō
靖国神社と日本人 / 小堀桂一郎
Bib ID 7890649
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Kobori, Keiichirō, 1933- author
小堀桂一郎, 1933- author
 
Edition Dai 1-han. 
第 1版. 
Description Tōkyō : PHP Kenkyūjo, 1998 
©1998 
東京 : PHP 研究所, 1998 
276 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm. 
ISBN 9784569601502
4569601502
Series

PHP shinsho ; 052.

PHP 新書 ; 052.

Subjects Yasukuni Jinja (Tokyo, Japan)  |  Yasukuni Jinja (Tokyo, Japan)  |  Shinto and state.  |  Shinto and state.
靖国神社 (Tokyo, Japan)

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