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Arms and the Woman: an Intimate Journal of an Amorous Baltic Nobleman in the Napoleonic Wars

by Uxkull, Boris

Condition: Nearly fine copy in nearly fine dust jacket

New York: Macmillan. Nearly fine copy in nearly fine dust jacket. 1966. 1st Am. ed.. hardcover. 8vo, 319 pp., Translated by Joel Carmichael; with historical notes, foreword and epilogue by Detlev Von Uexkull, Dust jacket spine lightly tanned .


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