From Red Cliffs To Chosin: The Chinese Way Of War
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Hauraki Publishing, 2015.
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Major James G. Pangelinan., & Major James G. Pangelinan|AUTHOR. (2015). From Red Cliffs To Chosin: The Chinese Way Of War. Hauraki Publishing.

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