The Story of the British Army
by C. Cooper King
Publisher: Methuen & Co. 1897
Number of pages: 433
I have endeavoured in the space at my disposal to show how the British Army has grown up. I have tried merely to tell a 'story', and therefore omitted much that might have been said regarding the noble work the Queen's Army has done.
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