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Gyakutai no kiroku  虐待の記錄 by  Ryoichi  佐藤亮一 Sato - 1953 - from Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB (SKU: 217558)

Gyakutai no kiroku 虐待の記錄

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Gyakutai no kiroku 虐待の記錄

by Sato, Ryoichi 佐藤亮一

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Tokyo: Ushio Shobo 潮書房, 1953. 188p., paperback, text in Japanese; pages toned, wraps rather shelfworn. "A record of abuse." On the trial and execution of Japanese war criminals in Guam after World War II.


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Gyakutai no kiroku 虐待の記錄
Sato, Ryoichi 佐藤亮一
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World War II; Japan; War crimes; Trial; Guam;

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