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The Great War 1st Illustrated Edition  

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The Great War

Churchill, Winston S.


George Newnes Ltd.



3 volumes. [2], iv, 512; [2], iv, 513-1024; [2], iv, 1025-1668 pp. Volume I with a new Foreword for this edition by Churchill. Illustrated throughout from photographs, drawings and maps. 24x17.5 cm (9½x6¾"), original blue cloth, decoratively stamped and lettered in gilt, edges speckled red. First Illustrated Edition.

Churchill's classic history of World War I, which was originally issued in 26 parts in a magazine format, published every fortnight between September 1933 and October 1934. Volume numbers on spines are variant, Volumes 1 and 2 are in Arabic, Volume III in Roman.

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Edges speckled red. Volume numbers on spine are variant - Volumes 1 and 2 are in Arabic, Volume III in Roman.

Light wear; a bit of toning to endpapers; near fine.

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