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APA Citation

Embry, Basil. & Richardson, Anthony.  (1950).  Wingless victory.  London :  Odhams Press

MLA Citation

Embry, Basil. and Richardson, Anthony.  Wingless victory / the story of Sir Basil Embry's escape from occupied France in the summer of 1940, related by Anthony Richardson  Odhams Press London  1950

Australian/Harvard Citation

Embry, Basil. & Richardson, Anthony.  1950,  Wingless victory / the story of Sir Basil Embry's escape from occupied France in the summer of 1940, related by Anthony Richardson  Odhams Press London

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  | title=Wingless victory / the story of Sir Basil Embry's escape from occupied France in the summer of 1940, related by Anthony Richardson
  | author1=Embry, Basil, Sir, 1902-1977
  | author2=Richardson, Anthony
  | year=1950
  | publisher=Odhams Press
  | language=English
}}

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