The letters of Lieutenant Charles Boileau

Druce, Eirene S.
March 1998
Military History;Mar98, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p58
Presents the letters of Lieutenant Charles Boileau to his relatives regarding the skirmish he witnessed in Delhi, India.


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