First and Rare edition. Published by Leonard Parsons, London in 1926. The book is in good condition for its age with slight fraying to top and bottom of spine. The gilt lettering remains on the spine, but has faded on the cover. There has been a binding split on the front endpaper, but does not affect the book's overall page tightness.
Only two libraries worldwide have a copy of this book according to WorldCat. There are 49 illustrations and one colored fold-out map in rear. Pronunciation of Czech and Slovak Words at end.
The March of the Seventy Thousand by Henry Baerlein
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