The Adventures and Inventions of Stewart Blacker

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The Adventures and Inventions of Stewart Blacker
Author : Barnaby Blacker
File Size : 44,8 Mb
Publisher : Pen and Sword
Language : English
Release Date : 17 August 2006
ISBN : 9781844154319
Pages : 224 pages
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The Adventures and Inventions of Stewart Blacker by Barnaby Blacker Book PDF Summary

En biografi over den britiske flyver, eventyrer og opfinder, Stewart Blacker, der deltog i begge verdenskrige og bl. a. udviklede de første britiske mandbårne anti-tank-våben.

The Adventures and Inventions of Stewart Blacker

En biografi over den britiske flyver, eventyrer og opfinder, Stewart Blacker, der deltog i begge verdenskrige og bl. a. udviklede de første britiske mandbårne anti-tank-våben.

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