Modern England, 1885-1945 a history of my own times. by Marriott, J. A. R. Sir

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Previous ed: 1942. Originally published 1934 as "Modern England, 1885-1932".

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SeriesA history of England -- vol. 8
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Open LibraryOL13715350M

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