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War cemeteries in Egypt, 1914-1918 : names and particulars of British servicemen (lost at sea), Alexandria War Memorial (Egypt) / wholly researched and printed by Eric Dermott-Powell
Bib ID 2783554
Format BookBook
Description Mortdale, N.S.W. : E. Dermott-Powell, 1996 
73 leaves : map, port. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 1875609318
Series

War grave series.

Military history reference books ; bk. no. 31.

Notes

Cover title.

Subjects World War, 1914-1918 -- Registers of dead -- Egypt.  |  Cemeteries -- Egypt -- Alexandria.  |  Great Britain -- Armed Forces -- Registers of dead -- Egypt.
Other authors/contributors Dermott-Powell, Eric

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