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Aspects sentimentaux du front anglais / Bertie Angle
Bib ID 7498895
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Angle, Bertie, author
 
Description Paris : Dorbon-ainé, [1917] 
[39] pages, [1] leaf of plates : illustrations ; 28 cm 
Series

Patrick Walters Collection.

Notes

Frontispiece is "une gravure au burin exécutée sur un morceau de cartouche d'obus au front intitulée : Les plaisirs du camp."

Engraver has been identified by the Bibliothèque nationale de France as Jean-Émile Laboureur.

Subjects World War (1914-1918)  |  World War, 1914-1918 -- Great Britain.  |  Great Britain.
Other authors/contributors Laboureur, Jean Emile, 1877-1943 artist

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