Great Britain"s part in the world war

a sermon preached in Trinity church, New York
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  • English
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World War, 1914-
Statementby the rector, William T. Manning, S.T.D., on the fourth anniversary of Great Britain"s entrance into the war, Sunday, August 4th, 1918.
LC ClassificationsD517 .M33
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL6611917M
LC Control Number18021410

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