A survey of British history from the earliest times to 1939

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E. Arnold , London
Statementby L.G. Brandon, C.P. Hill and R.R. Sellman.
ContributionsHill, C. P. 1914-, Sellman, R. R. 1915-
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Open LibraryOL15159093M
ISBN 100713110295
OCLC/WorldCa656092839

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