History of War

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Stumbling Towards Victory: The Final Year Of The Great War

Martyn Lawrence

Published by the Royal Armouries, this book benefits from that institution’s immense collection of artefacts and photographs. This is a generously illustrated book – in fact the emphasis is often on the pictures rather than the words (many of the photographs have never been published before)

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