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The first publication of the diary of Lt. Heinrich August Vossler 1791-1848 , a soldier of the Grand Army from the South German state of Wurttemberg, 1812-1813. Translated by Walter Wallich. Printed by Richard Clay at The Chaucer Press, set in 11 point Monotype Baskerville. Each section of the diary begins with a historical summary of events, followed by a description of the countryside and people, and concludes with an account of the author's own experiences. Illustrated with six contemporary lithographs, most of them double-page, by Christiaan-Wilhelm von Faber du Faur. Endpaper map drawn by K.C. Jordan. Randeria bookplate on half-title. 176 pages. pictorial cloth, slilpcase. small 8vo..
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Book Description Folio Society. Hardcover. Condition: New. 0850670071 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0449027
Book Description Folio Society, 1969. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0850670071