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More than child’s play? The case for war toys

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More than child’s play? The case for war toys. / Kirby, Philip; Carter, Sean; Woodyer, Tara Louise.

In: History Today, Vol. 64, 12.2014, p. 20-27.

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Kirby, P, Carter, S & Woodyer, TL 2014, 'More than child’s play? The case for war toys' History Today, vol. 64, pp. 20-27.

APA

Kirby, P., Carter, S., & Woodyer, T. L. (2014). More than child’s play? The case for war toys. History Today, 64, 20-27.

Vancouver

Kirby P, Carter S, Woodyer TL. More than child’s play? The case for war toys. History Today. 2014 Dec;64:20-27.

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Kirby, Philip ; Carter, Sean ; Woodyer, Tara Louise. / More than child’s play? The case for war toys. In: History Today. 2014 ; Vol. 64. pp. 20-27.

Bibtex

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