By Rene Chartrand
;Canadian army history. Vol. 2. 1755-1871 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Canadian army historical past. Vol. 2. 1755-Автор: Rene ChartrandИздательство: artwork GlobalISBN: 2920718509Год издания: 1993Страниц: 238Язык: АнглийскийФормат: PDFКачество: отличноеРазмер: 31 МбОписание:Canadian army heritage in the course of XVIII-XIX centuries0
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