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Very Good. 240 p. 200 col illus. The author tells the history of this world-famous institution, and takes us on a guided tour of the building. The book contains 200 exclusive photographs of the interiors. The text focuses particularly on relations with India, complemented by archive material from the British Library.
Fine in Fine jacket. A very clean, handsome looking copy. Bright, glossy pages, unmarked, light edgewear to top edge of jacket. Dr Anthony Seldon tells the history of this world famous institution, and takes us on aguided tour of the building. 'The Foreign Office' boasts 200 exclusive photographs of the interiors specially commissioned from a leading architectural photographer. The story of the Foreign Office is inextricably linked to that of the rise and fall of the British Empire. Anthony Seldon focuses particularly on relations with India, and this is complemented by fascinating archive material from the India Office at the British Library. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Politics & Government; ISBN/EAN: 9780007101184. Inventory No: dscf7722.
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