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The 1947/8 Wallaby tour : the one that nearly got away : the story of the 3rd Wallaby tour of Great Britain, Ireland, France, Canada and USA / compiled by Malcolm Spark
Bib ID 2619161
Format BookBook
Description Darley : M.S.Spark, c1989 
iii, 258 p. : ill., facsims, ports ; 22cm. 
ISBN 0951539302 (paperback)
Notes

Great Britain. Rugby Union football. Tours by Wallabies,. history (BNB/PRECIS)

Limited ed. of 700 copies. - Facsims on inside covers.

Subjects Wallabies (Rugby team)  |  Rugby football -- Great Britain.  |  Rugby football -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Spark, Malcolm

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