war through Danish eyes

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  • English
Oxford University Press, H. Milford , London, New York [etc.]
Denmark -- Foreign relations -- Germany., Germany -- Foreign relations -- Den


Denmark, Ge

Statementby a Dane.
SeriesOxford pamphlets, 1914-1915. [no. 57]
LC ClassificationsD509 .O8 no. 57
The Physical Object
Pagination19 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6576625M
LC Control Number15010557

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Human trial, triumph and tragedy. Can we experience War through the eyes of the soldiers and civilians who lived it? See the .3 hours ago  Zenith Press, Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Dust jacket and book are clean, has a good binding, no marks or notations.