3 edition of How Japan plans to win found in the catalog.
How Japan plans to win
|Other titles||The three-power alliance and a United States-Japanese war.|
|Statement||by Kinoaki Matsuo ... A translation by Kilsoo K. Haan of the Japanese book, The three-power alliance and a United States-Japanese war.|
|Contributions||Haan, Kilsoo K., tr.|
|LC Classifications||DS849.U6 M38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 323 p.|
|Number of Pages||323|
|LC Control Number||42009930|
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How Japan plans to win. Boston: Little, Brown and Company. MLA Citation. Matsuo, Kinoaki. and Haan, Kilsoo K. How Japan plans to win / by Kinoaki Matsuo ; A translation by Kilsoo K. Haan of the Japanese book ; The three power alliance and a United States-Japanese war Little, Brown and Company Boston Australian/Harvard Citation.
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