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De race naar Rijnbruggen de strijd om Arnhem en Nijmegh 1940 /1944 /1945 (original 1971; edition 1981)

by Alexander MacKee (Author), Elisabeth Swildens (Translator), E.H. Brongers (Translator)

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Title:De race naar Rijnbruggen de strijd om Arnhem en Nijmegh 1940 /1944 /1945
Authors:Alexander MacKee (Author)
Other authors:Elisabeth Swildens (Translator), E.H. Brongers (Translator)
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Tags:Non-fictie, Geschiedenis, Vertaald, Wereldoorlog 2, Nederland, Arnhem, Nijmegen

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The Race for the Rhine by Alexander McKee (1971)

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