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The Struggle for Europe.


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London: Collins, 1965. Reprint. Maps, map endpapers retained. 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches), 765-pages.Finely bound contemporary full blue crushed morocco, the sides with gilt rules and, to the upper cover, the gilt insignia of the RAF, and gilt blocked "Royal Air Force Halton", the spine richly gilt in compartments with double crimson lettering pieces, all edges gilt. Prize label on front free endpaper. Some light sunning & scuffing to the boards; overall very good.


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