Sumeragi i kagayaku chushi no tenbo: Shanhai Nankin muko Kan kuchi Soshu Koshu [The Brilliant Reign of the Japanese Empire: Views of Central China, Shanghai, Nanjing, Wuhu, Hankou, Suzhou, Hangzhou]
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112 pp., illustrations, map (56 leaves, 56 leaves). In Japanese. cover wear, chip missing at bottom of spine & near top of spine, corner bumped, some cover characters are faded, faded characters written on back cover, 1 inch tear on last page. Published shortly after the Japanese capture of major Chinese cities during the Second Sino-Japanese War, this book documents with photographs and text, destruction from the war, military activity and scenic locations in China. Bookseller Inventory # AMA011014-3
Title: Sumeragi i kagayaku chushi no tenbo: Shanhai...
Publisher: Shanghai, China: Mimasusha
Publication Date: 1938
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
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