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The Letters of Theodore Roosevelt. Volume VIII (8): The Days of Armageddon 1914 - 1919 by  Elting E. (selected & edited by) Morison - Hardcover - from Gail's Books and Biblio.com

The Letters of Theodore Roosevelt. Volume VIII (8): The Days of Armageddon 1914 - 1919

by Morison, Elting E. (selected & edited by)

Condition: See description


Harvard University Press, 1954. Hardback w/o dust jacket, green cloth, previous owner inscription front endpaper, pp. 817 - 1621, corner is bumped slightly, few dog-eared pages, text is clean & unmarked, overall very good condition. ISBN: NOISBN.


  • Bookseller: Gail's Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: BF802
  • Title: The Letters of Theodore Roosevelt. Volume VIII (8): The Days of Armageddon 1914 - 1919
  • Author: Morison, Elting E. (selected & edited by)
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Harvard University Press, 1954
  • Subjects: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / General;


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