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    Tsar Wars Episode One: Angel of the Revolution (Paperback) By (author) George Chetwynd Griffith, Edited by Marcus L. Rowland, Illustrated by Fred T. Jane

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    Short Description for Tsar Wars Episode One: Angel of the Revolution An Evil Emperor. A Titanic Struggle. Daring Rescues. Flying Ships. Mind Control. A Small Band Of Rebels Led By A Beautiful Woman. When young inventor Richard Arnold cracks the problem of heavier than air flight in 1903, his discovery becomes the key tool of The Brotherhood Of Freedom, a worldwide rebellion against society, focused against the cruelties of the Russian Tsar. Arnold soon falls under the spell of Natasha, known within The Brotherhood as The Angel Of The Revolution, and uses his airshipsin daring rescues, flights of exploration, and key battles in the World War between the Anglo-Teutonic Alliance (Britain, Austria, and Germany) and the Fraco-Slav...
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  • An Evil Emperor. A Titanic Struggle. Daring Rescues. Flying Ships. Mind Control. A Small Band Of Rebels Led By A Beautiful Woman. When young inventor Richard Arnold cracks the problem of heavier than air flight in 1903, his discovery becomes the key tool of The Brotherhood Of Freedom, a worldwide rebellion against society, focused against the cruelties of the Russian Tsar. Arnold soon falls under the spell of Natasha, known within The Brotherhood as The Angel Of The Revolution, and uses his airshipsin daring rescues, flights of exploration, and key battles in the World War between the Anglo-Teutonic Alliance (Britain, Austria, and Germany) and the Fraco-SlavonicLeague (France, Russia, and Italy). Originally published serially in Pearson's Magazine in 1893, Tower published the novel form in 1894 with the title The Angel Of The Revolution: A Tale Of The Coming Terror. This edition has reset the text, but retained every word and illustration from the Tower editions.