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Le tradizioni imperiali della Cina : dall’impero Ching alla moderna nazione imperiale

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DABRINGHAUS, Sabine, Jürgen OSTERHAMMEL, 2006. Le tradizioni imperiali della Cina : dall’impero Ching alla moderna nazione imperiale. In: Ricerche di Storia Politica. 9(3), pp. 375-386. Available under: doi: 10.1412/23257

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