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Stop the war! : the trail of the financial serpent : full report of the speech in the House of Commons : by John Burns, M.P
Bib ID 1465355
Format BookBook
Author
Burns, John, 1858-1943
 
Description London : Stop the War Committee, [1900] 
7 p. ; 26 cm. 
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Subjects South African War, 1899-1902 - Economic aspects - Great Britain.  |  South African War, 1899-1902 - Protest movements - Great Britain.
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