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Our National Defences, Birds-Eye View, Showing The Chief Points Of Defence Against Invasion.

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Our National Defences, Birds-Eye View, Showing The Chief Points Of Defence Against Invasion. : Graphic Magazine

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A bird's-eye view of England And Wales, showing the various depots, camps and barracks, batteries, men of war and torpedo boats. An interesting article to verso discusses the defence of the nation and proposes a Minister of National Defence in order to control both the army and the navy.
mapmaker: Graphic Magazine
place and date of publication: London 1888
medium and colour: lithograph, original colour
size in mm: 370 by 575mm (14.5 by 22.75 inches).
ref: 43231

Price: £ 240

 
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