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Peoples of all nations; their life to-day and the story of their past,

Author: Sir John Alexander Hammerton
Publisher: London, The Fleetway House [1922-24]
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Peoples of all nations.
London, The Fleetway House [1922-24]
(OCoLC)579147379
Online version:
Peoples of all nations.
London, The Fleetway House [1922-24]
(OCoLC)608448830
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sir John Alexander Hammerton
OCLC Number: 2003464
Notes: Paged continuously.
Issued in 49 fortnightly parts.
Description: 7 volumes illustrations, color plates, maps 25 cm
Contents: v. 1. Abyssinia-British empire: America.--v. 2 British empire: Asia-Dahomey.--v. 3. Danzig-France.--v. 4. Georgia-Italy.--v. 5. Japan-Oman.--v. 6. Palestine-Sin-kiang.--v. 7. South Africa-Wales. Maps & indexes.
Responsibility: by our foremost writers of travel, anthropology & history. Illustrated with upwards of 5000 photography, numerous colour plates, and 150 maps. Edited by J.A. Hammerton.

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