B&W illustrations. Very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) 240pp. ISBN 0213164825 "What kind of man was General Gordon, the victim of Khartoum? A politically naive soldier, who aspired to govern? A religious fanatic, or the epitome of a practising Christian? Or was he, more simply, an eccentric Victorian adventurer? "
Garrett, Richard. GENERAL GORDON. London: Arthur Barker Limited, c1974. 240pp, b/w illustrations & photos, maps, bibliography, index, 8vo, Previous owner's emboss title page, bent and torn dj, fine hardbound in d/w, .
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