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Fabrication of Empire: The British and the Uganda Kingdoms, 1890-1902 by  D. A Low - First Edition - from Trumpington Fine Books Limited and

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Fabrication of Empire: The British and the Uganda Kingdoms, 1890-1902

by Low, D. A

Condition: Very Good

Cambridge University Press. Hardcover. 0521843510 361pp. (black spine) large 8vo. 2009. First edition. A very good plus, clean, tight, fresh copy in very good jacket. No inscriptions. Original publisher's black boards - gilt embossed to the spine. A bump to the tail of the spine with an associated crease to the tail of the spine. The jacket has not been price-clipped and has some light shelf wear. A very good plus, clean, tight fresh copy in very good jacket. . Very Good.



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