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Lancaster: Remembering 1914-18. / Gregory, Ian Norman; Peniston-Bird, Corinna Maretyn; Donnelly, Peter; Hughes, Michael John.

The History Press, 2017. (Great War Britain).

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Gregory, IN, Peniston-Bird, CM, Donnelly, P & Hughes, MJ 2017, Lancaster: Remembering 1914-18. Great War Britain, The History Press.

APA

Gregory, I. N., Peniston-Bird, C. M., Donnelly, P., & Hughes, M. J. (2017). Lancaster: Remembering 1914-18. (Great War Britain). The History Press.

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Gregory IN, Peniston-Bird CM, Donnelly P, Hughes MJ. Lancaster: Remembering 1914-18. The History Press, 2017. (Great War Britain).

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