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How England Saved Europe: The Story of the Great War ( 1793-1815) Volume III - The War iun the Peninsula

by Fitchett, W.H

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London, Smith Elder & Co, 1901;. Second impression. Hardback. Very good condition. In Four Volumes. Volume III only. 416pp with portraits, facsimiles and Plans. Faint foxing to prelims Red covers with gilt medallion & title on the front & on sunned spine. Foredge untrimmed, Top edge gilt. .


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