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Isn't All This Bloody? Scottish Writing from the First World War Trevor Royle

Isn't All This Bloody?  Scottish Writing from the First World War

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Author: Trevor Royle
Published Date: 07 Aug 2014
Publisher: Birlinn General
Language: English
Format: Hardback::320 pages
ISBN10: 1780272243
ISBN13: 9781780272245
Dimension: 129x 198x 25mm::439g
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