France in the twentieth century

by Walter Lionel George

Publisher: J. Lane company in New York

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Statementby W. L. George.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 385, [1]p.
Number of Pages385
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Open LibraryOL14008585M
LC Control Numberw 08000195

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