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Farris W.W. Heavenly Warriors: The Evolution of Japan’s Military, 500–1300

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Farris W.W. Heavenly Warriors: The Evolution of Japan’s Military, 500–1300. Harvard University Asia Center, Harvard University. 1995. Pages: 520

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