The Great Earthquake of September 1st, 1923: A Record from the Reports of the "Japan Chronicle" of the Destruction of Yokohama and Tokyo and the Other Ravages Wrought
Japan Chronicle Office, 1923 - Earthquakes - 108 pages
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