2 edition of future of the British army found in the catalog.
future of the British army
B. C. Dening
Contains portions of articles which appeared in The Army Quarterly, The Fighting Forces and Royal Engineers.-Introd.
|Statement||by B.C. Dening.|
|LC Classifications||UA649 D41 1928, UA649 D41 1928|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
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