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ISBN/EAN 9780946640966
Author T.G. Fraser and Keith Jeffery
Publisher Lilliput Press
Publication date 1 Jan 1993
Format Paperback
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Men, Women and War

T.G. Fraser and Keith Jeffery

Offering neither solution nor solace, Men, Woman and War is an attempt to reflect the complexity and nature of war, and the roles of men and women within it.

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