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How England Saved Europe: The Story of the Great War ( 1793-1815) Volume IV - Waterloo and St. Helena

by Fitchett, W.H

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London, Smith Elder & Co, 1902;. Second impression. Hardback. Very good condition. In Four Volumes. Volume Four only. 424pp with portraits, Maps and facsimile of letter from the Duke to Lord Beresford. Red covers with gilt medallion & title on the front & on sunned spine. Foredge untrimmed, Top edge gilt. Small mark on front cover. .


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