Yi tu xiang shi liao tan jiu Wang Zhaoming zheng quan zhi zheng zhi wen hua = Studying the political culture of the Wang Jingwei regime through visual sources = 以圖像史料探究汪兆銘政權之政治文化

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Taylor, Jeremy E. (2014)
  • Publisher: Academia Historica
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