Third Ypres 1917: 31st July 1917–6th November 1917
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Pen & Sword Books, 2016.
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9781473884885

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Paul Oldfield., & Paul Oldfield|AUTHOR. (2016). Third Ypres 1917: 31st July 1917–6th November 1917 . Pen & Sword Books.

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Paul Oldfield and Paul Oldfield|AUTHOR. 2016. Third Ypres 1917: 31st July 1917–6th November 1917. Pen & Sword Books.

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Paul Oldfield and Paul Oldfield|AUTHOR. Third Ypres 1917: 31st July 1917–6th November 1917 Pen & Sword Books, 2016.

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Paul Oldfield, and Paul Oldfield|AUTHOR. Third Ypres 1917: 31st July 1917–6th November 1917 Pen & Sword Books, 2016.

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Full titlethird ypres 1917 3first july 1917 sixth november 1917
Authoroldfield paul
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