Download PDF by Arthur Banks: A Military Atlas of the First World War

By Arthur Banks

ISBN-10: 0850527910

ISBN-13: 9780850527919

It is a particular learn of the clash of 1914-18 on land, sea and within the air, via maps, diagrams and illustrations. in the scope of a few 250 maps, Arthur Banks has awarded either wide normal surveys of political and army process, and the main heavily researched info of significant person campaigns and engagements. those are supplemented by means of entire research of army strengths and command constructions and illustrations.

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Against the nine-pounders corvette? Zut alors,” said Corbeau. He 23 Peter Wicked picked up the dummy hand and sorted through it. ” says I. ” “I do,” said Corbeau. He smiled, showing his dimples. “It is the one thing I take with me from my childhood. ” I threw down my lone trump, the jack of clubs. Corbeau followed with a dirty look and the queen of spades, and Dick took the trick with the jack of spades and led the ace. I threw off a red nine, and Corbeau coughed up the king. We were well on the way to taking every trick—or Dick was, anyway—when the youngest ship’s boy, little Freddy Billings, who was flat-nosed and wide-mouthed and curlyheaded, like a lampoon of a miniature Irishman, came down the hatch with a note in his hand.

Whitlow spoke without looking up. ” “Yes,” said Dick, “but before that, Mr. ” Tingey raised an eyebrow. “Did he, then? ” Tingey almost smiled. “And force him to commit an overt act of war in the doing of it,” he said. “A clever fellow is your Mr. Wickett, and I dare say Mr. Trimble resented it. But let us dispense with that. The unfor­tunate Mr. ” If they weren’t germane to the proceedings then I didn’t know what was; but if he wanted to let them dogs lie, I wasn’t about to rouse them up again.

I’m sure you’re hungry as ever, Dickie. Shall I pour you some lemonade, Mr. Graves? Why, Arabella, don’t crush the poor boy. ” Arabella lowered her eyes and moved an inch or two away from me on the stone bench. Hanging her head had the advantage of bringing the wide brim of her straw hat between her face and her stepmother’s eyes, and she looked sidelong at me and grinned before turning herself once more into a young gentlewoman. “Will you have a cake, Mr. ” Mr. Douglass leaned forward and snatched a petit-four before Arabella could bring the tray within my reach.

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