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EAN 9781844156443
Publisher Pen & Sword Military
Type Non-fiction
Genre Warfare & Military
Subgenre Warfare and defence
Title The British Army: A Pocket Guide
All Authors Charles Heyman
Author Charles Heyman
ISBN 1844156443


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