THE TROUSER PEOPLE The Quest for the Victorian Footballer Who Made Burma Play the Empire's Game

By: Marshall, Andrew

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Camberwell: Penguin Australia. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 2002. First Edition. Hardcover. With photographic illustrations, maps, fine copy in fine dustjacket. The story of George Scott, British explorer, photographer, adventurer, and later Colonial Administrator of Burma, who introduced the Empire's best game (soccer) to Burmese natives. ; 220 x 140mm; xii, 308 pages .

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