W. Puck Brecher

W. Puck Brecher is Associate Professor of Japanese History at Washington State University.

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Cover: Honored and Dishonored Guests: Westerners in Wartime JapanHonored and Dishonored Guests: Westerners in Wartime JapanBrecher, W. PuckPAPERBACK08/10/2021$24.95
Cover: Honored and Dishonored Guests: Westerners in Wartime JapanHonored and Dishonored Guests: Westerners in Wartime JapanBrecher, W. PuckHARDCOVER03/06/2017$49.95
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