2 edition of Veterans of the present war found in the catalog.
Veterans of the present war
H. F. McDonald
Written in English
|Other titles||Post-war problems.|
|Statement||by Brigadier-General H. F. McDonald ... An address delivered before the Montreal Rotary Club on November 4, 1941.|
|Contributions||Canada. Office of Director of Public Information.|
|LC Classifications||UB375.C2 M2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19,  p.|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||42017428|
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Many illustrations, some colored maps. Published by the Disabled American Veterans of the World War.4/5(1). About this Item: Veterans' Historiical Book Services, USA, Hardcover.
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