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ARMS AND THE WOMAN: THE INTIMATE JOURNAL OF A BALTIC NOBLEMAN IN THE NAPOLEONIC WARS

by Uxkull, Boris

Condition: Near Fine/Fair/Good


New York: The Macmillan Company, 1966. Hardcover. Near Fine/Fair/Good. Type: Book This is a wonderous book on Baron Boris Uxkull. He was a Russian born nobleman who was involved in the Napoleonic wars. This book is his personal story contained in his journal. This book is an excellent primary source for looking and reaching back into history.


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