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The Chinese Revolution of Its Causes & Origins. Front Cover. K. T. S. Sarao. Eastern Book Linkers, – China – 93 pages. K.T.S. Sarao is presently Professor of Buddhist Studies at the University of Delhi. He received his first class first MA (History), MPhil (Chinese & Japanese. Meiji Japan -1, Meiji Japan – II, Japan and World War -1, China and World War -1 Jonathan Fenby, The Penguin History Of Modern China: The Fall And Rise.

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