Conflict in the Pacific 1937-1951 by Roger (University of New South Wales) Bell, Sean (University of New South Wales) Brawley, Chris Dixon, Jeff Green
  

Conflict in the Pacific 1937-1951

Written by Roger (University of New South Wales) Bell, Sean (University of New South Wales) Brawley, Chris Dixon, Jeff Green
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Part of the Cambridge Senior History Series

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Conflict in the Pacific 1937-1951 by Roger (University of New South Wales) Bell, Sean (University of New South Wales) Brawley, Chris Dixon, Jeff Green

A source-based revised edition written especially for the new NSW year 12 Modern History syllabus.

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Format

Paperback
235 pages
Interest Age: From 16

Author

Roger (University of New South Wales) Bell, Sean (University of New South Wales) Brawley, Chris Dixon, Jeff Green
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

18th October 2005

ISBN

9780521617680


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