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Thomas William Shore

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s:en:Origin of the Anglo-Saxon Race

Title Origin of the Anglo-Saxon Race

A Study of the Settlement of England and the Tribal Origin of the Old English People



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Elliot Stock

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Русский: Работа Т. У. Шора "Происхождение англо-саксонской расы"
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