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Published by Hatsubai Seiunsha, 2007. ISBN 10: 4795232598, ISBN 13: 9784795232594. View all copies of this book. AbeBooks offers millions of new, used, rare and out-of-print books, as well as cheap textbooks from thousands of booksellers around the world.
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Kyōiku to kokka, Takahashi Tetsuya Kōdansha Tōkyō 2004. Australian/Harvard Citation. Book, Online - Google Books. Takahashi, Tetsuya, 1956- 高橋哲哉, 1956-. Kokka to gisei, Takahashi Tetsuya. Shōgen no poritikusu, Takahashi Tetsuya. Kokoro" to sensō, Takahashi Tetsuya. Find in other libraries.
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Sengo sekininron (Kodansha; 1999; Kodansha gakujutsu bunko, 2005). The Japanese state was waging war, but many of the people were unable to experience this fact. 2005) and these are included in this book. 1997; Japanese translation with an Afterword by Takahashi Tetsuya, Chairono asa, tsuki Shoten, 2003; English translations 2003, 2004.
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