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The changing use of land in Britain / by Robin H. Best and J.T. Coppock
Bib ID 2290323
Format BookBook
Author
Best, Robin H. (Robin Hewitson)
 
Description London : Faber, [1962] 
253 p. 
Subjects Land use -- Great Britain.  |  Rural-urban migration -- Great Britain.  |  Agriculture and state -- Great Britain.
Other authors/contributors Coppock, J. T. (John Terence)
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