Japan Subdued The Atomic Bomb and The End of The War in the Pacific.
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- Japan Subdued The Atomic Bomb and The End of The War in the Pacific.
- FEIS, Herbert:
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- USA, Princeton University Press, 1961 1st
- Military Subjects FEIS, Herbert: Japan Subdued, The Atomic Bomb and The End of The War in the Pacific, USA, Princeton University Press, 1961, 1st edition, first, dustwrapper, nuclear bomb, atomic age, hiroshima
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