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WE WILL REMEMBER THEM The Men of Tavistock Who Died in the First World War

by Alex Mettlerand Gerry Woodcock

Condition: New/Jacket: New

Tavistock and District Local History Society, 2003. Cloth (Hard Cover). New/Jacket: New. 8vo. xi + 251pp. Unused copy free of markings in an unmarked, unclipped and uncreased dust jacket.

  • Bookseller: MB Books GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 933795
  • Title: WE WILL REMEMBER THEM The Men of Tavistock Who Died in the First World War
  • Author: Alex Mettlerand Gerry Woodcock
  • Format/binding: Cloth (Hard Cover)
  • Book condition: New
  • Jacket condition: Jacket: New
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • ISBN 10: 0954428412
  • ISBN 13: 9780954428419
  • Publisher: Tavistock and District Local History Society
  • Place: Tavistock
  • Date published: 2003
  • Keywords: First World War, WWI, Great War, Devon, Tavistock
  • Bookseller catalogs: War and Militarism;
  • Size: 8vo


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