A Narrative of the Siege of Kars: And of the Six Months' Resistance by the Turkish Garrison Under General Williams to the Russian Army: Together with a Narrative of Travels and Adventures in Armenia and Lazistan; with Remarks on the Present State of Turkey
J. Murray, 1856 - 348 Seiten
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