|Author:||Henry Lawson,Andrew Lawson|
|Publisher:||Positif Press (October 1979)|
|Other formats:||lrf azw mbr lit|
reflections of an infantry subaltern in France and Belgium, 1917-18. Published 1979 by Positif Press in Oxford.
reflections of an infantry subaltern in France and Belgium, 1917-18.
Military operations : France and Belgium, 1917. Vignettes of the Western Front reflections of an infantry subaltern in France and Belgium, 1917-1918.
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Military Operations, France and Belgium, 1917, Vol. 3. London: HMSO, 1948. Perrott, H. C. (comp. The War Office List. Kelly, R. B. Talbot, A Subaltern’s Odyssey: A Memoir of the Great War 1915–17. London: William Kimber, 1980
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