7 edition of Annals of War found in the catalog.
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|Number of Pages||839|
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Originally published in the Philadelphia Weekly Times. In presenting to the public The Annals of the War, the publishers do not assume to offer only that which is thoroughly reliable as chapters in the history of the most thrilling and bloody drama of the century, but it is assumed that in no way can the truth of history be so nearly ascertained as by the statements.
The Art of War became a best-seller inwhen television mobster Tony Soprano told his therapist that he’d been reading the book. After that, the book was in such demand that Oxford.BOOK OF THE WARS OF THE LORD (Heb. יהוה סֵפֶר מִלְחֲמֹת, Sefer Milḥamot YHWH), book, mentioned only once in the Bible (Num.
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