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More Fragments from France. Vol. II

More Fragments from France. Vol. II

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More Fragments from France. Vol. II

by Bairnsfather, Bruce (Captain)

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(London: The Bystander, no date). 300 x 215 mm; saddle-stitched wraps with colour pictorial onlay to upper wrap; pp. 44; 37 monochrome cartoons. Staples rusted, a little scattered foxing; wraps and some pages slightly creased. Good condition. Cartoons published during World War I. .

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Title
More Fragments from France. Vol. II
Author
Bairnsfather, Bruce (Captain)
Book Condition
Used
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Paperback
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(London: The Bystander, no date)
Keywords
World War I. Trench Warfare. British Humour Humour
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Christison Rare Books operates as a mail order business, based in Port Elizabeth. We are members of IOBA and SABDA. Whereas we stock thousands of books on a wide variety of subjects, our focus has always been on SE Africa - its peoples, wildlife and history. The store is managed by Lindsay Christison. Although we do not run an open book shop, prospective customers who would like to examine items described in our on-line list of stock are welcome to make an appointment.

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