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Denis Ashton Warner CMG OBE (12 December 1917 – 12 July 2012) was an Australian journalist, war correspondent and historian.

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Nichi-Ro sensō zenshi / Denisu Uōnā, Pegī Uōnā ; Senoo Sadao, Mitani Tsuneo kyōyaku
日露戦争全史 / デニス・ウォーナー,ペギーウォーナー ; 妹尾作太男,三谷庸雄共訳
Uniform title: Tide at sunrise. Japanese
by Warner, Denis, 1917-2012
Tōkyō : Jiji Tsūshinsha, Shōwa 53 [1978]
東京 : 時事通信社, 昭和53 [1978]
 
 
Inji pʻungun samsimnyŏn : Wŏlnam pʻaemang pisa / Denisŭ Wŏnŏ chŏ ; Paek U-gŭn yŏk
印支風雲三十年 : 越南敗亡秘史 / 데니스워너著 ; 白宇根譯
Uniform title: Not with guns alone Korean
by Warner, Denis, 1917-2012
Sŏul Tʻŭkpyŏlsi : Tʻaeyang Munhwasa, 1978
서울特別市 : 太陽文化社, 1978
 
 
Dokyumento kamikaze : tokkō sakusen no zenbō / Denisu Uōnā, Pegī Uōnā ; Senoo Sadao yaku
ドキュメント神風 : 特攻作戦の全貌 / デニス・ウォーナー,ペギー・ウォーナー : 妹尾作太男訳
Uniform title: Sacred warriors. Japanese
by Warner, Denis, 1917-2012
Tōkyō : Jiji Tsūshinsha, Shōwa 57 [1982]
東京 : 時事通信社, 昭和57[1982]
 
 
Dokyumento kamikaze / Denisu Uōnā, Pegī Uōnā ; Senoo Sadao yaku
ドキュメント神風 / デニス・ウォーナー,ペギー・ウォーナー ; 妹尾作太男訳
Uniform title: Sacred warriors. Japanese
by Warner, Denis, 1917-2012
Tōkyō : Tokuma Shoten, 1989
東京 : 徳間書店, 1989
 
 
 
 
by Warner, Denis, 1917-2012
Richmond, Vic. : Hutchinson of Australia, 1977
 
 
 
 
Uniform title: Not with guns alone
by Warner, Denis, 1917-2012
Kansas City, Kan. : Sheed Andrews and McMeel, c1978
 
 
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