CROWNS IN CONFLICT: The Triumph and the Tragedy of European Monarchy 1910-1918
by ARONSON, Theo
Manchester, NH: Salem House Publishers, (1986). First American edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good +. Small 4to. Publisher's blue cloth in photographic dust jacket. A near fine copy, in a very good plus DJ. Significant sunning to jacket, at spine and front panel. Mild toning to flaps. Interior is bright, clean, and crisp throughout. Binding tight. 222pp.
A historical account of the European monarchs circa World War I, who were almost all closely related by blood. (Inventory #: 18135)
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