The Operations of the Allied Army: Under the Command of His Serene Highness Prince Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswic and Luneberg, During the Greatest Part of Six Campaigns, Beginning in the Year 1757, and Ending in the Year 1762
T. Jefferys, geographer to the King., 1764 - Seven Years' War, 1756-1763 - 288 pages
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