Anno XIIII. The conquest of an Empire

£7.00

On December the 12th.the “Times Literary Supplement”,reviewing at great length the Italian edition of Marshal de Bono’s book,said:”Fourteen months ago the Italian army under General De Bono crossed the frontier of its Eritrean colony and swept into Abyssinia without declaring war.Barely eight months later General Badoglio marched into Addis Ababa.Thus within eight months the Italian armies had covered a thousand miles of territory which they annexed as they went,and by virtue of which Italy now calls itself an empire

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H/b in nice clean boards,with slightly bumped corners,in a very badly foxed and chipped illustrated d/w.Size 9×6 pp XV+314,f/o map,some illustrations as reproduced b/w photographic prints inc.frontispiece,page maps,plus an examle of Mussolini’s hand-writting.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread) No foxing,staining or browning.There is a private library book plate to the front p/d.Otherwise internally clean and bright throughout.

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