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war and some problems of adolescence with special reference to conditions of work in the East End of London. by John St. George Heath

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Published by Mowbray & Co. Ltd for the Christian Social Union in London, Oxford .
Written in English

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SeriesLeaflets -- 48.
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Open LibraryOL20396509M

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