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Bonaparte In Egypt by  J. Christopher Herold - First Edition - 1962 - from Goldring Books and

Bonaparte In Egypt

by Herold, J. Christopher

Condition: Very Good/Poor

London: Hamish Hamilton, 1962. Gold title on red cloth boards which are unmarked with no wear but with small fading to head and tail of spine. Internally very clean and unmarked. xii + 424 pages. 19 Illustrations and 4 maps. Pictorial end papers of the battle of the pyramids. Dustjacket has pieces missing at front and to spine head and tail. PLEASE NOTE: A HEAVY VOLUME OF 0.83 KILO UNPACKED WEIGHT WHICH MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL SHIPPING COST C3D. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Poor. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

The French expedition to Egypt which Bonaparte launched in 1798 was one of the most exciting, most harrowing, most futile, and yet most fruitful adventures in modern times.


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