Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights: An Intensely Human and Brilliant Account of the World War; why American Entered the Conflict; what the Allies Fought For; and a Thrilling Account of the Important Part Taken by the Negro in the Tragic Defeat of Germany ... (Google eBook)
A. Jenkins Company, 1919 - 608 pages
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