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Bradman's Invincibles: The inside story of the epic 1948 Ashes tour

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ISBN: 9780733625831
Publisher: Hachette
Published: 25 November, 2014
Format: eBook
Language: English
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Editions: 1 other edition of this product

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Bradman's Invincibles: The inside story of the epic 1948 Ashes tour

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Inside account of one of the greatest cricket tours of all time - and the unique characters who played. The 1948 Ashes tour is considered one of team sport's greatest achievements - no matter which sport or which era. Just what is it about this gruelling summer of cricket that still inspires and fascinates players and fans alike? When bestselling author Roland Perry was writing his definitive biography of Donald Bradman, he had unrivalled access to the man who made this Ashes series a unique spo

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