New China Forward: His Life For Bomb Bunker Dong Cunrui [Other](Chinese Edition)

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Publisher: Jilin People's Publishing House; 1st edition (April 1. 2011) (January 1, 2000)
ISBN-10: 7206075266
ISBN-13: 978-7206075261
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