THE CHINESE ARMY, an Illustrated History from the Long March to Tinanmen Square

By: Robert Tthomson and

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THE CHINESE ARMY, an Illustrated History from the Long March to Tinanmen Square by Robert Tthomson and Renata Atkin, with photography by Peter Solness
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Sydney, 1990. hardcover, 12" x 8.25", and dust jacket. China's armed services have undertaken dramatic modernisation recently. Book of the Award-winning TV documentary series. Book weighs over 1.5kgs (over 3lbs). VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Red cloth-bound boards with white type to spine, colour photo endpapers, 4 maps, 223 superb colour photograhs (some double-spreads), chronology, bibliography, index. The People's Liberation Army of China is over 3,000,000 multi-skilled people; 1920-1980s.

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