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The splendid adventure : a review of empire relations within and without the Commonwealth of Britannic nations / by W.M. Hughes
Bib ID 1574843
Format BookBook
Author
Hughes, W. M. (William Morris), 1862-1952
 
Description London : Ernest Benn Limited, 1929 
456 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Includes index.

Library's Whelan copy inscribed and signed by the author. Manuscripts copy autographed by Hughes and annotated by Sir Reginald Wingate.

Subjects World politics - 1919-1932.  |  Commonwealth countries.

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    N 909.09171241 H894
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    Main Reading Room (Australian Collection)
    MS 8899 Pictures & Manuscripts Reading Room
    WHELAN 459 Petherick Reading Room (Australian Rare or Fragile)

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