2 edition of Admiralty, Transport Dept., correspondence and papers (MT 23). found in the catalog.
Admiralty, Transport Dept., correspondence and papers (MT 23).
Great Britain. Ministry of Transport. Admiralty Transport Department.
Spine title: Admiralty, Transport Dept., correspondence & papers.
|Other titles||Admiralty, Transport Dept., correspondence & papers.|
|Series||List & Index Society -- 228|
|Contributions||List & Index Society., Great Britain. Public Record Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||309|
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