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English: Stuido Still snap the 1957 Japanese film "Meiji Tenno to Nichiro Daisenso (Emperor Meiji and the Great Russo-Japanese War)"(Shintoho).
Emperor Meiji of Kanjūrō Arashi.
日本語: 新東宝明治天皇と日露大戦争』(1957年)スチル写真(嵐寛寿郎明治天皇
Source 『サングラフ』1957年5月号、サン写真新聞社、1957年、p.61
"THE SUN Pictorial monthly " May 1957 Issue, SUN Pictorial newspaper Co., Ltd., 1957, p.61
Author サン写真新聞社(SUN Pictorial newspaper Co., Ltd.)/新東宝(Shintoho Company, Ltd.)


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