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Europe of the Ancien Regime: 1715 - 1783 (History of Europe Series) - Ogg, David
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Europe of the Ancien Regime: 1715 - 1783 (History of Europe Series)
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5.0 What a journey!
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5.0 Gritty story, yet touching. I loved it!
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