2 edition of Wartime in the Stratton Hundred. found in the catalog.
Wartime in the Stratton Hundred.
Freda E. Hockin
2004 by Launcells Local History Group (c/o Lamberal, Grimscott, Launcells, Cornwall EX23 8LW in Launcells) .
Written in English
Includes bibliography: p32.
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