Signs of dictator"s downfall letters from South Korea

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Published by Foreign Languages Pub. House in Pyongyang, Korea .

Written in English

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  • Korea -- Politics and government -- 1960-

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Statementby T. K.
ContributionsT. K., T. K.
The Physical Object
Pagination281 p., [8] leaves of plates ;
Number of Pages281
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Open LibraryOL17760015M

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