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The papers of Queen Victoria on foreign affairs
Victoria Queen of Great Britain
Accompanied by printed reel guide compiled by Blair D. Hydrick, entitled: A guide to the microfilm edition of The papers of Queen Victoria on foreign affairs.
|Other titles||Guide to the microfilm edition of The papers of Queen Victoria on foreign affairs.|
|Statement||edited by Kenneth Bourne.|
|Contributions||Bourne, Kenneth., Hydrick, Blair.|
|LC Classifications||DA550.V, Microfilm 21,120|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||<4 > microfilm reels|
|LC Control Number||92009780|
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The papers of Queen Victoria on foreign affairs: files from the Royal Archives, Windsor Castle Author: Victoria, Queen of Great Britain ; Kenneth Bourne ; Blair Hydrick. THE PAPERS OF QUEEN VICTORIA ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS Edited by Kenneth Bourne Part 1: Russia and Eastern Europe, Guide compiled by Blair D.
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microfilm reels. — (Files from the Royal Archives, Windsor Castle) Contents: Pt. Russia and Eastern Europe, Pt. Greece, ISBN 1. Papers of Queen Victoria on Foreign Affairs, Part 5. France and Belgium, Papers of Queen Victoria on Foreign Affairs, Part 4. Portugal and Spain, The papers which deal with the Queen's life up to the year have been bound in chronological order, and comprise between five and six hundred volumes.
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