Der Kampf in Frau Europas Schule, Wie der Deutche Knabe den Franzofifchen Knaben Durchprugelte, und Wie der Englische Knabe Zufah

Pullen, Henry William]

Published by Simpkin, Marshall & Co., London, 1872
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Title: Der Kampf in Frau Europas Schule, Wie der ...

Publisher: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., London

Publication Date: 1872

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good


String bound, paper wrapper, some chipping and soiling. 24 pages. German translation of "The Fight at Dame Europa's School", a satire about the Franco-Prussian War written by Henry William Pullen (1836-1903), English clergyman. When first published in 1870, this work sold many copies and was translated into many languages. Bookseller Inventory # 016428

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