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Britain, the Australian colonies, and the Sudan campaigns of 1884-85 / Malcolm Saunders
Bib ID 1932609
Format BookBook
Author
Saunders, Malcolm, 1949-
 
Description Armidale, NSW : University of New England, 1985 
226 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0858346052
0858346060 (paperback)
Series

University of New England history series, 0729-7866 ; 5

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 194-221) and index.

Subjects Great Britain. - Army - Colonial forces - New South Wales - History - 19th century.  |  Great Britain. - Army. - New South Wales Corp. - Sudan Contingent.  |  Australians - Sudan - History - 19th century.  |  Sudan - History, Military - 19th century.
Other authors/contributors University of New England

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