Basil Danilewsky 1852-1939 by Cecil Arthur Hoare

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Published by Roy. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg in London .

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Statement[Cecil Arthur Hoare]
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Paginationpages 271-273 :
Number of Pages273
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