Braila



a port in E Romania, on the Danube River. 203,983.
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Elsie Inglis Eva Shaw McLaren
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Elsie Inglis Eva Shaw McLaren
Cyrus Hall McCormick Herbert Newton Casson
Roumania Past and Present James Samuelson
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The Story of the Great War, Volume VII (of VIII) Various
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The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1 Henry Baerlein

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a port in E Romania: belonged to Turkey (1544–1828). Pop: 192 000 (2005 est)

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