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DAVRAY (Henry D.) Through French Eyes: Britain's Effort. 1st Eng Ed., viii+256pp. Constable. 1916  #56042
[HLMainPic] Henry Durand-Davray was a translator (of, inter al, the works of H.G. Wells) & literary critic. This work, originally published in French with the title (as rendered in English) "Among the English during the Great War" is an interesting record of his visit to England in 1915 which included visiting the Canadian Camp at Salisbury Plain; observing Kitchener review units of the New Army & discussing Irish support for the British in the war with T.P. O'Connor. Orig. red cloth, gilt, VG & uncommon. See illustration on our website.   £45

     


 

 



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