Kiss me goodnight, sergeant-major: the songs and ballads of World War II.

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Hart-Davis, 1973 - Music - 192 pages
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Contents

Introduction by Spike Milligan
9
Tracking Down the War Songs
11
Dont Want to Go to War
17
Copyright

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