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Lance Sergeant Fred McNess VC, Scots Guards in Action Near Gincy, France 15th September 1916 By David Rowlands. (GL)


Lance Sergeant Fred McNess VC, Scots Guards in Action Near Gincy, France 15th September 1916 By David Rowlands. (GL)

Item Code : DHM3017GLLance Sergeant Fred McNess VC, Scots Guards in Action Near Gincy, France 15th September 1916 By David Rowlands. (GL) - This Edition
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