Buckler's Hard and Its Ships: Some Historical Reflections
Billing and Sons, Guildford, 1909 - Buckler's Hard (England) - 43 pages
Buckler's Hard was founded by John, 2nd duke of Montagu, in the early 18th century.
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BUCKLERS HARD MONTAGU TOWN LOOKING EAST
THE CRADLE OF THE AGAMEMNON
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