2 edition of Through China"s wall found in the catalog.
Through China"s wall
First published by Collins in 1941.
|Statement||written and illustrated by Graham Peck.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||318 p. (8) leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||318|
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Through the swamps and tiny fields of the lower city the train glided with increasing speed, plunged through the outer wall, and rolled on into the wide, dusty country. It was a splendid day, probably the last really warm one of the decaying year. Through China's Wall Hardcover – January 1, by Graham Peck (Author), Profuse Sketches and Portraits (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
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Other editions - View.There isn't one authoritative book that tells the story of the Great Wall comprehensively from beginning to end (though The Great Wall Explained by William Lindesay sounds promising, but it's quite hard to get a hold of and I haven't read it), though you can probably find a lot of popular history books that purports to do so.
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