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Pictorial history of the world war

Author: Samuel John Duncan-Clark; Peyton C March
Publisher: [Chicago] : [Homewood Press], [©1919]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Solcomhouse presents information on icebergs, floating masses of freshwater ice that have broken from the seaward end of a glacier or a polar ice sheet. Icebergs in the Antarctic are more abundant and of much larger dimensions than those found in the Arctic. Iceberg names come from the Antarctic quadrant where they were originally sighted.
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Genre/Form: Pictorial works
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Duncan-Clark, Samuel John, 1875-1938.
Pictorial history of the world war, by S.J. Duncan-Clark .
[Chicago, Homewood Press c1919]
(OCoLC)714199240
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel John Duncan-Clark; Peyton C March
OCLC Number: 1018147629
Notes: Lettered on cover: Story of America's achievements.
At head of title: Peace edition.
Description: 416 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits (some color), maps ; 26 cm
Other Titles: America's great feat of arms.
Responsibility: by S.J. Duncan-Clark ; also America's great feat of arms (the story of the United States in the war, including the official summary of the treaty of peace, with the covenant of the league of nations) ; official report of the chief of staff and chronology of American operations in France / by Peyton C. March, Josephus Daniels, and John J. Pershing.

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Solcomhouse presents information on icebergs, floating masses of freshwater ice that have broken from the seaward end of a glacier or a polar ice sheet. Icebergs in the Antarctic are more abundant and of much larger dimensions than those found in the Arctic. Iceberg names come from the Antarctic quadrant where they were originally sighted.
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