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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism.

Charles, Miller

1971-04-07. New. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!

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the LUNATIC EXPRESS

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MACMILLAN, 1971 HARDBACK BOOK AND DUST JACKET IN NEAR FINE CONDITION,SPINE TANNED. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism

Charles Miller

1987-04-02. New. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!

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The Lunatic Express: The Magnificent Saga of the Railway's Journey into Africa

Charles Miller

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment In Imperialism.

Miller, Charles

Ballantine Books, New York., 1973. First Edition July 1973. Softcover.. Paperback.. NON SMOKING STORE. My listing INCLUDES PHOTO OF ACTUAL BOOK for sale. Looks NEVER READ. Book Interior NEAR FINE / Covers Very Good Plus. Book feels Never read, there are no spine creases. Covers are white, lettering red/black, colour photo front by East African Railways Corporation. Spine is straight, square, solid, has a small black line across which is not a remainder mark but owner’s code. Covers are flat, clean, bright, no rips, back cover has an old 1 3/4 inch corner crease, is slightly age darkened in places and has three or four tiny dents which did not break the paper. Front cover has a small old crease in upper right and a very faint vertical crease beside spine when someone read the ffep but rest of book is unopened, front cover lower outer corner has old diagonal creases 4 inches long, 2 1/2 inches long and 1 inch long restored flat long ago, front cover has tiny dot of colour off in the last S in Express, book has minor edge wear. Page edges 3 yellow, top edge near spine slightly sunned rest clean and bright, bottom edges clean and bright, side edges clean and bright but has four visible round lighter areas where a droplet of water must have touched. Inside of book is tight, clean, clear, bright, flat. Book has never been read but the water droplets on the side have made the very edge in those areas a bit wavy, first area is 9/16 L x 3/16, second is 7/8 inch L x 1/8 inch, third is 7/8 L x 1/8 and fourth is 3/8 L x 1/8 inch, only the very edges of the pages are wavy it doesn’t extend even into the text. The lower outer corner tips of pages 443 to 452 were accidentally dog eared 1/2 inch on side perhaps when book was put away, restored flat a while ago. The lower outer corner tips of pages 453 to 458 were accidentally dog eared 1 1/4 inches on side for same reason. Small bit of age darkening inside covers at binding and on edges of some pages. The Building Of An Impossible 600 Mile Railway Across Queen Victoria’s Africa. Prologue. Bibliography. Chapter Notes. Index. Large section of black/white photos.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism (Penguin Classic History)

Charles Miller

2002-08-01. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism

Charles Miller

Westlands Sundries Ltd, 1987-01-01. Mass Market Paperback. Used:Good.

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The lunatic express; an entertainment in imperialism.

Miller, Charles

New York: Macmillan, 1971. First edition. 1st printing. Hard cover. Very good in very good dust jacket. Very light wear, clean pages. Dust jacket has light edgewear.. 1 xii, 559 p. : illus., maps (on lining papers), ports.; 24 cm. Includes: Illustrations, Maps, Portraits.

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THE LUNATIC EXPRESS

Miller, Charles

Ballantine Books, NY, 1973. 7" X 4.25" in slick illustrated heavy paper covers. Very Minor soiling and shelfwear: about VERY GOOD condition. Illustrated. 629pp. "The building of an impossible 600 mile railway across Queen Victoria's Africa." First Paperback Printing. [Hard to find]. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

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The Lunatic Express: The Magnificent Saga of the Railway's Journey into Africa

Charles Miller

2017-09-03. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism.

Charles, Miller

1971-04-07. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!

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The Lunatic Express : An Entertainment in Imperialism

Miller, Charles

London: History Book Club , 1971. 559pp, 51 illustrations, chart, 2 end-paper maps. The story of the Kenya-Uganda railway, the railway that made Kenya, and a tale of rare adventure at the high noon of imperialism. Unmarked, VG+ in VG+ dustjacket. "On December 11, 1895, a young Englishman named George Whitehouse arrived at the sultry east African port of Mombasa. His assignment there: to perform an engineering miracle, the building of a railway from the coast to Lake Victoria in Uganda, a 600-mile route that was largely unmapped and barely explored. Directly behind Mombasa lay a scorched, waterless desert, one that caravans wisely skirted but that the railway must cross. Beyond, a horizonless scrub country climbed toward a jagged volcanic region bisected by the Great Rift Valley,half a mile deep in some places. A hundred miles of spongelike quagmire marked the railway's last lap. The entire right of way bristled with hostile tribes, teemed with lions, whined with tsetse flies and breathed malaria. What, asked many of Whitehouse's fellow-countrymen, was the purpose of this "gigantic folly"? Why was the railway needed, and whom would it benefit? Was it an effort to shore up an insolvent private trading company with public funds? Was it to exploit the rumoured wealth of little-known central African kingdoms? Was it to destroy the slave trade? To encourage commerce and settlement? Or was it simply an imperialist manoeuvre, aimed at enabling Britain to control the upper Nile and thus maintain her hold on Egypt and the Suez Canal? Charles Miller's The Lunatic Express is the saga of the turbulent international race for the mastery and development of an immense region that all but visionaries thought worthless. It is, on the one hand, the gripping narrative of the building of the railway itself - the colossal six-year enterprise that was to cost £5,000,000 and countless lives from derailments, collisions, disease, tribal raids and the assaults of wild animals. It is also a diorama of an earlier Africa of slave and ivory empires, of sultans and tribal monarchs and the vast lands they ruled. Above all, however, it is the story of the white intruders, the men whose combined avarice, honour and tenacious courage made them a breed apart: men like Joseph Thomson, the waggish young Scot who at twenty-four commanded an expedition across east Africa's least known and most dreaded region; Carl Peters, the German metaphysician who created for the Kaiser an empire twice the size of his own; Frederick Lugard, the diminutive British army officer who single-handedly brought Uganda under the Union Jack; Lieutenant Colonel J. H. Patterson, who spent nearly a year on the spoor of the man-eating lions of Tsavo that were decimating his railway workers; John Boyes, the first white man to penetrate the heart of Kikuyuland and emerge alive; Lord Delamere, the short-tempered nobleman whose tireless pioneering efforts were largely responsible for the settlement of Kenya. The Lunatic Express, in brief, is a tale of rare adventure at the high noon of imperialism." B25. 1st. Edition Thus.

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The Lunatic Express : An Entertainment in Imperialism

Miller, Charles

History Book Club , 1971. 559pp, 51 illustrations, chart, 2 end-paper maps. The story of the Kenya-Uganda railway, the railway that made Kenya, and a tale of high adventure at the high noon of imperialism. Fine in Fine dustjacket, unmarked. "On December 11, 1895, a young Englishman named George Whitehouse arrived at the sultry east African port of Mombasa. His assignment there: to perform an engineering miracle, the building of a railway from the coast to Lake Victoria in Uganda—a 600-mile route that was largely unmapped and barely explored. Directly behind Mombasa lay a scorched, waterless desert, one that caravans wisely skirted but that the railway must cross. Beyond, a horizonless scrub country climbed toward a jagged volcanic region bisected by the Great Rift Valley—half a mile deep in some places. A hundred miles of spongelike quagmire marked the railway's last lap. The entire right of way bristled with hostile tribes, teemed with lions, whined with tsetse flies and breathed malaria. What, asked many of Whitehouse's fellow-countrymen, was the purpose of this "gigantic folly"? Why was the railway needed, and whom would it benefit? Was it an effort to shore up an insolvent private trading company with public funds? Was it to exploit the rumoured wealth of little-known central African kingdoms? Was it to destroy the slave trade? To encourage commerce and settlement? Or was it simply an imperialist manoeuvre, aimed at enabling Britain to control the upper Nile and thus maintain her hold on Egypt and the Suez Canal? Charles Miller's The Lunatic Express is the saga of the turbulent international race for the mastery and development of an immense region that all but visionaries thought worthless. It is, on the one hand, the gripping narrative of the building of the railway itself - the colossal six-year enterprise that was to cost £5,000,000 and countless lives from derailments, collisions, disease, tribal raids and the assaults of wild animals. It is also a diorama of an earlier Africa of slave and ivory empires, of sultans and tribal monarchs and the vast lands they ruled. Above all, however, it is the story of the white intruders, the men whose combined avarice, honour and tenacious courage made them a breed apart: men like Joseph Thomson, the waggish young Scot who at twenty-four commanded an expedition across east Africa's least known and most dreaded region; Carl Peters, the German metaphysician who created for the Kaiser an empire twice the size of his own; Frederick Lugard, the diminutive British army officer who single-handedly brought Uganda under the Union Jack; Lieutenant Colonel J. H. Patterson, who spent nearly a year on the spoor of the man-eating lions of Tsavo that were decimating his railway workers; John Boyes, the first white man to penetrate the heart of Kikuyuland and emerge alive; Lord Delamere, the short-tempered nobleman whose tireless pioneering efforts were largely responsible for the settlement of Kenya. The Lunatic Express, in brief, is a tale of high adventure at the high noon of imperialism."B48. 1st. Edition Thus.

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The Lunatic Express : An Entertainment in Imperialism

Miller, Charles

London: History Book Club , 1971. 559pp, 51 illustrations, chart, 2 end-paper maps. The story of the Kenya-Uganda railway, the railway that made Kenya, and a tale of rare adventure at the high noon of imperialism. Unmarked, Fine in VG+ dustjacket. "On December 11, 1895, a young Englishman named George Whitehouse arrived at the sultry east African port of Mombasa. His assignment there: to perform an engineering miracle, the building of a railway from the coast to Lake Victoria in Uganda, a 600-mile route that was largely unmapped and barely explored. Directly behind Mombasa lay a scorched, waterless desert, one that caravans wisely skirted but that the railway must cross. Beyond, a horizonless scrub country climbed toward a jagged volcanic region bisected by the Great Rift Valley,half a mile deep in some places. A hundred miles of spongelike quagmire marked the railway's last lap. The entire right of way bristled with hostile tribes, teemed with lions, whined with tsetse flies and breathed malaria. What, asked many of Whitehouse's fellow-countrymen, was the purpose of this "gigantic folly"? Why was the railway needed, and whom would it benefit? Was it an effort to shore up an insolvent private trading company with public funds? Was it to exploit the rumoured wealth of little-known central African kingdoms? Was it to destroy the slave trade? To encourage commerce and settlement? Or was it simply an imperialist manoeuvre, aimed at enabling Britain to control the upper Nile and thus maintain her hold on Egypt and the Suez Canal? Charles Miller's The Lunatic Express is the saga of the turbulent international race for the mastery and development of an immense region that all but visionaries thought worthless. It is, on the one hand, the gripping narrative of the building of the railway itself - the colossal six-year enterprise that was to cost £5,000,000 and countless lives from derailments, collisions, disease, tribal raids and the assaults of wild animals. It is also a diorama of an earlier Africa of slave and ivory empires, of sultans and tribal monarchs and the vast lands they ruled. Above all, however, it is the story of the white intruders, the men whose combined avarice, honour and tenacious courage made them a breed apart: men like Joseph Thomson, the waggish young Scot who at twenty-four commanded an expedition across east Africa's least known and most dreaded region; Carl Peters, the German metaphysician who created for the Kaiser an empire twice the size of his own; Frederick Lugard, the diminutive British army officer who single-handedly brought Uganda under the Union Jack; Lieutenant Colonel J. H. Patterson, who spent nearly a year on the spoor of the man-eating lions of Tsavo that were decimating his railway workers; John Boyes, the first white man to penetrate the heart of Kikuyuland and emerge alive; Lord Delamere, the short-tempered nobleman whose tireless pioneering efforts were largely responsible for the settlement of Kenya. The Lunatic Express, in brief, is a tale of rare adventure at the high noon of imperialism." 53. 1st. Edition Thus.

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THE LUNATIC EXPRESS - An Entertainment in Imperialism

CHARLES MILLER

1973-04-08. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism.

Charles Miller

Fine. Like New condition. 100% guaranteed. 071519

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The Lunatic Express

MILLER Charles

London: MacDonald, 1972 "The magnificent saga of how the white man changed Africa/The pioneers, visionaries and politicians - and their crazy railway" from jacket blurb Story of the Uganda Railway, white pioneers transforming Africa with the Ugandan railway project from 1895, tidy book, DW lightly sunned spine and price clipped, 559pp with illustrations in the text, HEAVY will incur excess postage. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7? - 9? tall.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism

Charles Miller

1987-04-02. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!

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The Lunatic Express: The Magnificent Saga of the Railway's Journey into Africa

Miller, Charles

Head of Zeus. Hardcover. 1784977381 Special order direct from the distributor . New.

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THE LUNATIC EXPRESS - An Entertainment in Imperialism

CHARLES MILLER

Ballantine Books, January 1973. Paper Back Paper Back. Good. Good Softcover. First Ballantine printing July, 1973 as stated. Light soiling and sunning to covers. Spine has creasing. Pages clean and tight in binding. Pictures available upon request. A locally owned, independent book shop since 1984.

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Miller, Charles

Head of Zeus. Hardcover. 1784977381 . New.

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Miller, Charles

Head of Zeus. Hardcover. 1784977381 . New.

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Miller, Charles

Head of Zeus. Hardcover. 1784977381 Minor shelf wear . Very Good.

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Miller, Charles

Head of Zeus. Hardcover. 1784977381 signs of little wear on the cover. . Very Good.

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Lunatic Express

Charles Miller

Hardback. New. In 1895, George Whitehouse arrived at the east African post of Mombasa to perform an engineering miracle: the building of the Mombasa-Nairobi-Lake Victoria Railway - a 600-mile route that was largely unmapped and barely explored. Behind Mombasa lay a scorched, waterless desert. Beyond, a horizonless

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism.

Miller, Charles,

MacMillan Publishing Company. Hardcover. 0025849409 . Fine.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism. by Charles, Miller (1971-01-01)

Charles, Miller

MacMillan Publishing Company, 1750-01-01. Hardcover . VeryGood/Very Good. Stated first printing. Binding tight, text clean, green cloth boards clean and bright. Light bump to head and foot of spine. Dust jacket also has some light bump to head and foot of spine, toning and light soil to spine, still nice in mylar

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The Lunatic Express

Charles Miller (author)

London: Head of Zeus. New.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism

Miller, Charles

Ballantine Books. first printing thus,1976. reading copy paperback. 16mo,paperback,629pp,illus. edgewear,yellowing,spine creases,corners worn,spine ends tapped,cover. notation inside front cover, marginal stains,yellowing,clean,tight,text. history.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism

Miller, Charles:

London: Futura. 1977 . PAPERBACK. Very good indeed, with only the very lightest of spine creasing. Illustrated. 629 pages.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism

Miller, Charles

Macmillan. Miller, Charles. The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism. New York: Macmillan, 1971. 559pp. Indexed. Bibliography. 8vo. 1/4 red cloth and green cloth. Book condition: Very good with lightly bumped edges and a couple of tiny spots. Gift inscription to former owners on title page. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good with short, closed tears in head of front and rear panels. Slightly bumped edges. . Very Good. 1971.

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The Lunatic Express : An Entertainment in Imperialism

Miller, Charles

Macdonald & Co, 1972. Hardcover. Good/Good. jacket is shelf rubbed. price clipped and a bit chipped. light marks. ownership inscription. well bound. good copy.Due to weight postal adjustments may be required.[S.K]

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THE LUNATIC EXPRESS - An Entertainment in Imperialism

MILLER, CHARLES

Ballantine Books. Used - Acceptable. Ships from the UK. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Your purchase also supports literacy charities.

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The Lunatic Express

Miller, Charles

Ballantine Books, 1973. Mass Market Paperback. Good. Paperback. Some discoloration to wraps, balding at front, still okay overall just a bit worn.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism

Charles Miller

Good. Used book in good condition. Has wear to the cover and pages. Contains some markings such as highlighting and writing. 100% guaranteed. 072019

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THE LUNATIC EXPRESS - An Entertainment in Imperialism

CHARLES MILLER

Ballantine Books. Mass Market Paperback. POOR. Noticeably used book. Heavy wear to cover. Pages contain marginal notes, underlining, and or highlighting. Possible ex library copy, with all the markings/stickers of that library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, and dust jackets may not be included.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism. by Charles, Miller (1971-01-01)

Charles, Miller

MacMillan Publishing Company. Hardcover. B01K3RR0DY 559 unmarked pages ex-libris stamp dust jacket lightly worn. . Good.

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Miller, Charles

Paperback. Good.

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Miller, Charles

Paperback. Acceptable.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism

Miller, Charles

Macmillan. Used - Good. Good condition. Good dust jacket. With remainder mark.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism

Miller, Charles,

MacMillan Publishing Company. Used - Very Good. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism

Charles Miller

Westlands Sundries, 1987. Covers have wear with inward slant to spine. Pages slightly toned from age and free of markings. Binding is secure. ***Ships today or next business day. Our books are carefully described and packaged in boxes (not envelopes). A gift card and personalized message can be included upon request.*** . Mass Market Paperback. Fair.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism.

Miller, Charles,

MacMillan Publishing Company, 1971. Hardcover. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less.Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism.

Miller, Charles,

MacMillan Publishing Company, 1971. Hardcover. Very Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. The dust jacket is missing. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less.

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The Lunatic Express

MILLER, CHARLES

Westlands Sundries 1987. Paperback (VG+); all our specials have minimal description to keep listing them viable. They are at least reading copies, complete and in reasonable condition, but usually secondhand; frequently they are superior examples. Ordering more than one book will reduce your overall postage costs.

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism. by Charles, Miller (1971-01-01)

Charles, Miller

MacMillan Publishing Company. Hardcover. Acceptable. Disclaimer:A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less.Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed.

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Miller, Charles

Macdonald & Co, 1972. First Edition. Hardcover. Poor/No Jacket. boards are worn and torn, spine has been repaired. light marks. one front end page has been removed., the book is a bit damp stained. a heavy copy, may require extra postage unless posted within South Africa. fair condition.[SK]

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The Lunatic Express: An Entertainment in Imperialism

Charles Miller

Westlands Sundries. Used - Good. Good condition.

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The Lunatic Express

Miller, Charles

TBS The Book Service Ltd. First U.K. edition.. Hardcover. Used; Good. 01/27/1972

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