ANDERSON, H. GRAEME; FLACK, MARTIN: GOTCH, OLIVER H: The Medical and Surgical Aspects of Aviation by H. Graeme Anderson. With Chapters on Applied Physiology of Aviation by Martin Flack, amd The Aero-Neuroses of War Pilots.

London: Henry Frowde, Hodder & Stoughton, 1919. First edition. 27 photographic plates and 20 photographic illustrations in the text mostly of aircraft accidents. 8vo, pp. xvi:255, original burgundy cloth; binding faded, rubbed & dusty. Contemporary signature on front free endpaper. Gutters cracked here and there but firm.


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BALDWIN, MICHAEL & MILLER, KEITH: The Gunners' Favourite: The 25-Pounder Gun, A Brief History.

Item No. 16745

London: National Army Museum, [ 1993 ]. Illustrations. Folio (11 3/4 x 8 1/4 inches), 36-pages. Original red wrappers, spiral bound as issued.


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BLAKE, R L V FFRENCH: The 17/21st Lancers 1759-1993.

Item No.. 16541

London: Leo Cooper, 1993. Revised edition (1st was 1968). Plates. 8vo (9 x 5 1/2 inches), 139-pages, original cloth; fine in excellent dust jacket.


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BRIGADE OF HORSE ARTILLERY: Standing Orders for a Troop: Extracts from the Standing Orders of the Brigade; also Instructions & Regulations for the Formation and Movemens of Horse Artillery 1828.

Item No. 13952

Item No. 13952a

Woolwich: Printed by W. Scroggie, Hare Street, 1828. 8vo (9 x 5 1/2 inches), pages: 40:(2):70(1), later half calf; binding worn, upper cover detached. With the bookplate of The Cavalry Club on front pastedown and signature "R. W. Storey"on title [ Robert William Storey, Colonel in the Royal Artillery; born 1791]. Piece cut from head of page 63 with loss of pagination being the only apparent loss. With hand-coloured "Explanation of the Figures" and 22 hand-coloured plates. One leaf with contemporary marginal annotation in ink. Bound with blanks for notes, unused. Rare.


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BROWN, HAROLD: War with the Boers. An Account of the Past and Present Troubles with the South African Republics.

London: Virtue, n.d. ca. 1902. Volumes 1 & 2 & the first 7 chapters of volume 3 only ( i.e. the first half of the complete 5 volume work) bound in one volume. Profusely illustrated throughout with photogravures, plates, maps, & illustrations. 4to (10 x 8 inches), pages: 248:248:146, contemporary half crimson calf, spine gilt ruled with lettering piece; some rubbing but generally solid and well bound; cracking to inner joints but very firm on cords.


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BRUCE, H.A. [Editor]: Life of General Sir William Napier, K.C.B. TWO VOLUMES.

Item No. 7546

London: John Murray, 1864. First edition. Portraits. Two volumes, 8vo, pp. vii.556 and pp.v:578, original purple cloth blocked in blind. Spines frayed and cloth split in places at both ends and edges rubbed at base; inscriptions at head of contents leaves, upper inner hinge of Volume 1 strained and title-page detached, some pencil marginal rulings. Armorial bookplates.


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CHERRY, N: Red Berets and Red Crosses. The Story of the Medical Services in the 1st Airborne Division in World War II.

Item No. 14294

Utrechtseweg: R. N. Sigmond, 1999. Revised and augmented edition. Illustrations. 4to (11 x 8 1/2 inches),168-pages, original cloth; fine in dustwrapper.


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COLDSTREAM GUARDS: The Colonels of the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards.

Privately printed, n.d. circa 1955. Printed typescript biographies of all Colonels of the Regiment from 1650-1952. 4to (10 x 8 inches), 50-pages. Red cloth lettered in gilt. Binding damp marked, internally sound. Typed note at front concerning an album compiled by Major E. G. Christie-Miller containing photographs of all known paintings and engravings of Colonels of the Regiment which was presented to the Regiment. "This book contains the biographies and the notes on the pictures that are in the album".


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COOPER, GENERAL SIR GEORGE & ALEXANDER, MAJOR DAVID: The Bengal Sappers 1803 - 2003, An Anthology.

Chatham: The Institution of Royal Engineers, 2003. First edition. Plates. 8vo (9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches), 336-pages. Original cloth; very good indeed in like dustwrapper.


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CREAGH, SIR O'MOORE & HUMPHRIS, E.M: The V.C. and D.S.O. : a complete record of all those officers, non-commissioned officers and men of His Majesty's naval, military and air forces who have been awarded these decorations from the time of their institution,with descriptions of the deeds and services which won the distinctions and with many biographical and other details, compiled from official publications and despatches, letters from commanding officers and other contemporary accounts, and from information from private sources.

London: The Standard Art Book Company, [1924]. 3 volumes, 1748 portrait illustrations. Comprising Vol.1 - The Victoria Cross from its institution in 1856 to date. 353-pages with 722 portraits; Vol.2 - The Distinguished Service Order from its institution in 1886 to the 31st December 1915. 452-pages with 713 portraits; Vol. 3 - The Distinguished Service Order from the 1st January, 1916, to date. 381-pages with 313 portraits. 4to (11 1/4 x 8 3/4 inches).

Item No. 16947

Item No. 16947

The de-luxe issue bound in full crimson leather blocked in gilt and blind. However there is wear to the handbands and upper joint of Volume 1, and long splits to the outer joints of the other 2 volumes; internally excellent.

Weight 5kg. Extra overseas postage will be requested.


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DESTEMBERG, JEAN-DANIEL: Les Chemins de l'Histoire. 1914-1918. La Marne, Verdun, le Chemin des Dames.

Item No. 14332

Editions du Signe, 1996. Well illustrated, partly in colour. Folio (12 x 8 1/2 inches), 221-pages. Original laminated boards; fine.


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DOHERTY, RICHARD: Clear the Way ! A History of the 38th (Irish) Brigade, 1941-1947.

Blackrock: Irish Academic Press, 1993. First edition. Illustrations and maps. 8vo (9 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches), 336-pages. Original black cloth lettered in silver. Signed ownership ink annotation regarding his service in the R.I.F. on front free endpaper, else excellent. Cut panels of dust jacket loosely inserted at end.


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DORMANDI, LASZLO and LORRAINE, JACQUES: Notre Temps. Histoire du Monde 1930 - 1947. Finely bound.

Paris: Editions de Notre Temps, 1947. 800 photographic illustrations. Large 8vo, pp. 304, full crimson morocco gilt, original upper wrapper bound in. In excellent condition.


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EDEN, SIR ANTHONY (1897-1977): Photograph.

Item No.16523

[1941] An original War Office official photograph, 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches, label to reverse, "Mr Eden's Visit to Ehypt. The Secretary of State having a joke with men in the Desert" - "Not to be published before the evening papers on Monday, November 11th". The image meaning can easily be misconstrued. Could Sir Anthony be saying, "Well what do you think of this Chaps?" The reply being, "Oh please Sir, do put it away!". Small chip in lower margin.


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ELIOT, FRANCIS PERCIVAL: Six Letters on the subject of the Armed Yeomanry, addressed to the Rt. Hon. Earl Gower Sutherland, Colonel of the Staffordshire Volunteer Calvary. By Francis Percival Eliot, Major in the above Corps.

Item No. 10081b

Item No. 10081

London: Printed for the Author, 1797. Engraved frontispiece and six folding plates. 8vo, pp.xvi:230:(1, errata), contemporary full calf with lettering piece; lower joint cracked, upper cover detached. Frontispiece trimmed by binder just into image on fore-edge. With the contemporary armorial bookplate of the Hon. Edward Monkton of Somerford Hall, Staffordshire on front pastedown and his signature on the title-page.


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FARMER, J.S: The Regimental Records of the British Army, A Historical Resume Chronologically Arranged of Titles, Campaigns, Honours, Uniforms, Facings, Badges, Nicknames, etc.

Item No. 16257

London: Grant Richards, 1901. First edition. Illustrations of insignia. 8vo (8 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches), 238-pages. Original red cloth gilt; headbands a little worn, foxing to prelims. else good.


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FLETCHER, IAN: Galloping at Everything. The British in the Peninsular War and at Waterloo 1808 - 15, a reappraisal.

Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 1999. First edition. Plates. 8vo (9 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches), 301-pages. Original cloth; very good in slightlly edge creased very good dustwrapper.


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GILBERT, MARTIN: The Churchill War Papers. Volumes 1-3: At the Admiralty, September 1939 - May 1940; Never Surrender, May 1940 - December 1940; & Ever Widening War , 1941.

Item NO. 16003

London: Heinemann, 1993. First editions published 1993, 1994, & 2000. 3 volumes 8vo (9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches), pages: 1370; 1359; & 1821. Original burgundy cloth; no dust jackets. Signature on front free endpapers. Cut panels of the dust jackets loosely inserted at rear of each volume. Some damage to fore-corners of rear endpapers in volume 3, small pieces lacking from blank fore & lower margins of last two leaves of index to volume 2 (binder's error?). Overall good.


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GLEIG, G. R: The Life of Arthur Duke of Wellington. The Peoples Edition. Revised Edition with a New Preface.

Item No. 16102

London: Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer, 1867. Engraved portrait. 8vo (7 1/2 x 5 inches), 496-pages. Contemporary hard grain crimson morocco, decorative gilt borders to sides, spine gilt extra in compartments and gilt letterted direct, all edges gilt. Rubbing to joints but not cracked; well and attractively bound and overall very good.

Armorial bookplate on front pastedown, signature on front free endpaper, contemporary presentation inscription on front fly, intial in ink on recto of frontispiece just showing through to the face.


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GREGORY, BARRY: A History of the Artists Rifles 1859 - 1947.

Item No. 14291

Barnsley: Pen & Sword Military, 2006. First edition. Plates. 8vo (9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches), 340-pages, original cloth; excellent in like dustwrapper.


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HATLEY, VICTOR A. [Editor]: Northamptonshire Militia LIsts 1777.

Northamptonshire Record Society, 1973. Coloured frontispiece. 8vo, pp. xxvi:260, original green cloth; a very good copy.


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HILL, WILLIAM: An Important letter from William Hill to Stratford Canning. Written during the Napoleonic War & now published for the first time.

Societas Libellus Historicus, 2001. One of 79 copies printed, by the Olde Treadle Platen Press, for members & Friends of the BPS Publishing Group. Single illustrated leaf folded within printed wrappers, wire stitched as issued. Fine.


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HINSLEY, F.H: British Intelligence in the Second World War. Abridged Edition.

London: HMSO, 1993. First thus. Folding maps. 8vo (9 3/4 x 6 1/4 inches), 628-pages. Original green cloth; signature on front free endpaper else excellent.


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JOBARD (Lithographer): Souvenirs de Waterloo.

Item No. 15135

Item No. 15135

Bruxelles: a la lithographie royale de Jobard, circa 1830. 12 lithographic views and large hand-coloured folding plan of the battle. 4to (11 x 8 3/4 inches). Stitching broken. Lacking lower wrapper, upper wrapper detached and badly edge chipped, plates foxed and with corner marginal damp mark, the folding plan a little creased else good.


Item No. 15135

Item No. 15135

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LAWRENCE, T.E: Revolt in the Desert.

Item No. 14911

London: The Folio Society, 2006. 7th Folio edition but the first in the new binding. Plates. 8vo (9 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches), 326-pages. Original pictorial cloth; fine in like slipcase.


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LEE-RICHARDSON, MAJOR J: 21 Army Group. The Story of the Campaign in North West Europe. Illustrations by Sgt. W. Savage.

"Printed and Published in Germany: February 1946 ". Illustrations, large folding map at end. 4to, pp. 94, original boards; minute ink spot on title, else a very good copy indeed in slightly dusty and edge chipped dustwrapper.


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LENMAN, BRUCE: England's Colonial Wars 1550-1688, Conflicts, Empire and National Identity & Britain's Colonial Wars 1688-1783. In the Modern Wars in Perspective series.

London: Longman, 2001. Two volumes. Softbacks. 8vo (9 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches), pages: 310 & 284, original glazed wrappers. Signature on half-titles else excellent.


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MAUDE, ALAN H. (Editor): the 47th (London) Division 1914-1919, by some who served with it in the Great War.

Item No. 16937

London: Amalgamated Press, 1922. First edition. Portraits & plates, folding maps. 8vo (9 x 6 inches), 297-pages. Original red cloth gilt; binding faded and rubbed, some light foxing. Of the ten folding maps at the end nine are detached.


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MELVIN, RONALD [Editor]: The Guards and Caterham, The Soldiers' Story.

Old Coulsdon, Surrey: Guardroom Publications, n.d. circa 1999. First edition. Softback. Illustrations. 4to (10 x 8 inches), 293-pages. Original glazed pictorial wrappers. Paper lifting from bottom of backstrip (no loss), corners bumped. Autograph letter from the publisher regarding his experience in the Regiment loosely inserted.


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MILNER, ALFRED, VISCOUNT: The Milner Papers. South Africa 1897-1899 & 1899-1905. Two volumes.

Item No. 16126

London: Cassell,1931. Volume 2 published 1933. First editions. Plates. 8vo (9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches) 591 & 592 pages. Original green cloth; very good. Volume 1 inscribed by Milner's wife, Violet, on front free endpaper. Engraved armorial bookplates.


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MUNICH CORPS OF CADETS: A curious item relating to the Corps of Cadets in Munich comprising a calligraphic pen & ink title leaf:

Item No. 16660

Not Published: Corps des Cadets Munchen1822 - 1825. "DENKE AN GROSSHESELO he Fur Erinnerung an deinen Freund" which I believe translates as "Remember Grossheselo he. - In memory of your friend". This signed and dated Max Waydtmann, Cadet. Munchen 3rd February 1823. Within each letter of this inscription is another word inscribed, these would appear to be the names of other Cadets although some contain other words, i.e. (translated) "The Magnificent Court Theatre in the Year 1817 Wieseroffriet".

Item No. 16660_3

Item No.16660

Item No. 16660

Item No. 16660

There then follows 34 individual leaves inscribed by indivdual cadets, these are dated 1822-1825 (mostly 1823), one with attractive affixed black paper "box" with lift up flaps, one flap inscribed "Sey Treulos" with "nie deinen Freund" revealed below; another flap inscribed "Verachte Alle" with " die dire bases Zutrauen" revealed below, & "Liebe Niemand" with "als dein Madeben" revealed below. The whole "box" covers an engraving of a cherub. A translation of the leaf that accompanies the "box" is given below.

The title leaf and the 34 other leaves all gilt edged and enclosed in a full crimson grained morocco book box, decorative gilt border to sides, all edges gilt, spine gilt and gilt lettered " DER FREUNDSCHAFE GEWEIHET". The box measures 6 1/2 x 3 7/8 x 1 inch. Box & contents very good. A curious and very attractive item.

The translation of the handwritten leaf accompanying the "box" leaf is as follows: God wanted to make the people happy, so He created love. Gratefully they received this heavenly gift; He wanted to reward them, and He created friendship. When reading these few lines, dear George, remember your devoted friend and brother F.M. Baunach Cadet au Corps des CadetsMunich, 3rd December 1822. Remember sometimes the romance we played with Nany Kreiterer in Rosenheim in the month of October in the year 1822, the happy hours we spent in her company, the tender squeezes of hands and our delight at the two bouquets of flowers she gave us when we said farewell. Don't forget the blissful hours on the eve of our departure when we were floating on air, dancing with her in turns. How because of this lovely creature we spent two whole hours devoutly in church only to be near her heavenly presence. Think of the night in Grafing, where we enjoyed a very pleasant bottle of Forster's from the Corps' crates, and we then ranted and raved at the night watchman who had the audacity to disturb our sleep.


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NORTHERN NIGERIA: The London Gazette, Number 27546. - [Northern Nigeria Campaign content]

London: Published by Authority, April 24th 1903. Folio, pp. 2599-2606, unbound, stitched, as issued; 1st leaf somewhat dusty or lightly stained. Contains largely reports of the Northern Nigeria Campaign from Sir F. D. Lugard & others.


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London: Macmillan, 1884. First edition. Portraits, maps. Two volumes, 8vo, pp. xvi:514 and pp.x:502, original brown cloth, top edges gilt. Spines darkened, cloth to ends of spine split, frayed and rubbed, corners bumped and rubbed, binding with very slight marks; internally, page edges browned, armorial bookplates, inner joints cracked, foxing to prelims, ink name and date to reverse of front free-endpaper.


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RAMSEY, GORDON (Editor): The Falklands War Then and Now.

Item No. 14999

Old Harlow: Battle of Britain International, 2009. First edition. Profusely illustrated. Folio (12 x 8 1/2 inches), 624-pages. Original coloured pictorial laminated boards; fine in very good dustwrapper which has bruising at headband. Very heavy, extra postage will be requested.


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RAMSEY, WINSTON G. (Editor): The Battle of Britain Then and Now.

Item No. 15001

London: Battle of Britain International, 1982. First revised edition. Profusely illustrated. Folio (12 x 8 1/2 inches), 816-pages. Original cloth; very good in good dustwrapper which has creasing at headband. Very heavy, extra postage will be requested.


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RENNELL, JAMES: The Marches of The British Armies in the Peninsula of India during the Campaigns of 1790 and 1791. Illustrated and Explained by Reference to a Map, Compiled from Authentic Documents transmitted by Earl Cornwallis from India. By Major Rennell.

Item No. 15663

London: Printed by W. Bulmer for the Author, 1792. The second edition. Folding engraved plan of the Battle of Seringapatam and three folding Orders of Battle at end. 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 1/4 inches), 114-pages. Contemporary full tan marbled calf, spine gilt with crimson lettering piece. Title-page detached and imperfect; trimmed on blank fore-margin and piece torn from head removing the words "The Marches of the British Army in the". Upper joint cracked and upper board almost detached. The map referred to on the title page was issued separately and not here present.


Item No. 15663

Item No. 15663

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ROBERTS, FIELD-MARSHAL LORD: Forty-one Years in India. from Subaltern to Commander-in-Chief. New Edition in one volume. With forty-four illustrations.

Item NO. 16512

London: Macmillan, 1901. Portrait, plates, and folding maps. 8vo (8 x 5 inches), 601-pages. Contemporary prize binding of full polished tan tree calf, decorative gilt border on sides enclosing the gilt arms of Queen Elizabeth's School, Wakefield. Spine gilt extra with crimson lettering piece, all eges marbled.

A couple of minor marks to the spine, boards a trifle bowed, blank fore-margin of one folding map marked else overall in excellent condition and very attractive. Prize label on fron pastedown.


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ROYAL ENGINEERS: Reserve Army Base India "Panagarh". Compiled under the authority of the Engineer-in-Chief (India).

No Publisher or Place but Royal Engineers, India, circa 1946. Poor quality photographic illustrations. Oblong 8vo, pp.52, original pictorial wrappers; some marking, file punched.


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SEGUR, GENERAL, COUNT PHILIP DE: History of the Expedition to Russia, Undertaken by the Emperor Napoleon, in the year 1812.

London: Treuttel and Wurtz, 1827. Sixth edition, revised and corrected. To which is prefixed a Biographical Sketch of the Author. Two volumes. Each volume with extra engraved titles incorporating portraits. Folding engraved map. 8vo (7 3/4 x 5 inches), pages: xl:354 & 382, contemporary full green calf, the sides ruled in gilt and blocked in blind, spines blocked in blind and gilt, all edges marbled. Lettering pieces chipped, lacking numbering pieces. Volume one headband pulled, volume two headband chipped. Prelims. foxed, folding map very much so otherwise internally very good; the bindings tight and sound.


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SHELDRAKE, W. (Printer & Publisher): The Aldershot Divisional Directory. No. 5. Sept. 1, 1863.

Item No. 15895

Aldershot: W. Sheldrake, 1863. 8vo (7 x 5 inches), 36-pages. Original printed wrappers. Lacking lower wrapper, upper wrapper dusty, creased and chipped


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SOUTH EAST ASIA COMMAND: Container Production for South East Asia (India).

No publisher or place but India circa 1946. Poor quality photographic illustrations. Oblong 8vo, pp.23, original wrappers. Dusty, file punched, some soiling, some annotation..The production of petrol drums in India 1939-1945.


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SYNGE, CAPT. W.A.T: The Story of the Green Howards 1939 - 1945.

Richmond, Yorkshire: The Green Howards, 1952. First (& only?) edition. Plates & maps. 8vo (9 x 6 inches), 428-pages. Original green cloth lettered and blocked in silver. Fore-edges of boards rubbed, binding very slightly marked. Some foxing, mainly at end. Portrait frontispiece partly detached on inner upper margin. Overall a very good copy.


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STURZEBECKER, RUSSELL L: The Roarin' 20's . A History of the 312th Bombardment Group U.S. Army Air Force World War II.

Item No. 14747

West Chester: Russell L. Sturzebecker, 1976. First edition. Profusely illustrated. Oblong 4to (9 3/4 x 8 1/4 inches), 299-pages, original pictorial cloth; 1-inch crack to one joint, signature & date on front fly, else very good in edge worn dustwrapper.


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WARD, MAJOR C.H. DUDLEY [Compiler]: Regimental Records of the Royal Welch Fusiliers (23rd Foot). Volume IV 1915-1981 Turkey - Bulgaria - Australia.

Item No. 8692

London: Forster Groom & Co., 1929. Volume IV only. Black & white plates. 4to, pp.xvi:406:[index], original blue cloth, no dustwrapper, lettered in gilt on the spine and stamped in red on upper cover with emblem and initials; headbands and corners bumped and rubbed, one corner frayed; binding suffering shelf-wear; page edges browned; internally very good.


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WEBSTER, C. & FRANKLAND, N: The Stragtegic Air Offensive against Germany 1939-1945. 4 volumes (complete). In the History of the Second World War, United Kingdom Military Series.

Item No. 15983

London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1961. First editions. Plates, folding maps. 4 volumes 8vo (10 x 6 1/2 inches), pages: 522; 322; 332; & 530. Original green cloth with black/gilt lettering pieces. Good, no dust jackets. Signature on front free endpapers. Heavy, extra overseas postage will be requested.


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WRIGHT, G.N: Life and Campaigns of Arthur, Duke of Wellington, K.G. In four volumes (complete).

Item No. 16026

London: Fisher, Son, & Co. [ 1841 ]. First edition. 4 volumes. Engraved frontispieces, extra engraved title, plates and maps. 8vo (8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches), contemporary half green morocco, marbled boards, spines decoratively gilt on raised bands, gilt lettered direct. Plates foxed. Ink signature or ink stamp of "Capt. Robertson, R. N. on printed titles. Titles of volume 3 detached and with slight marginal wear, one other gathering partly detached. The large folding plan of the Battle of Warterloo is not present in volume 3 (as usual) but is present in volume 4. A little light rubbing to the binding but overall handsome on the shelf.


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WRIGHT, COLONEL VON & HOZIER, CAPTAIN HENRY (Translators).: The Campaign of 1866 in Germany. Compiled by the Department of Military History of the Prussian Staff. Translated into English by ......... Prepared by the Toppographical and Statistical Department of the War Office.

Item No.16025

London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office [ HMSO ], 1872, Reprinted 1907. Second English impression. 8 maps. 8vo (9 3/4 x 6 1/4 inches), 648-pages. Original red cloth blocked in blind and lettered in gilt; very good. Signature on front free endpaper and title; erased pencil & crayon inscription on title, short corner crease to title else internally also very good. Lacking the seperate map case (as usual).


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WWI: The History of the Eighth Battalion the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment 1914-1919. Signed.

Item No. 16878

Item No. 16878

Item No. 16878

Item No 16878

London: Privately Printed for the Battalion by Hazell, Watson, & Viney, 1921. First edition. Portraits, plates, & 4 folding maps. 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches), 286-pages. Original blue cloth gilt; binding a little marked, overall very sound. Some foxing. The portraits of Lieut.-Col. H. J. Wenyon, D.S.O (the commanding officer). & Lieutenant D. J. Dean V. C. are both signed by their subjects.

With, loosely inserted, the menu/toast list of the First Annual Reunion of the Battalion held at Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, on April 3oth 1921. Most likely this copy was signed at this reunion as both Kenyon and Dean were giving toasts on this occasion, Kenyon to the Battalion, Dean to the Warrant Officers, N.C.O.s and Men. There are two further signatures on the front free endpaper, those of Capt. R.P.Baker M.C. and 2nd Lieut. J. B. Cryer, M. C.

A nice association copy. Dean's V.C. was the only one awarded to the Battalion.


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WWI - Captain T.T. Barnard M.C: A small group of pieces relating to Barnard, hand-drawn maps, photograhs, and letters etc. as under.

Item No. 16775

Three hand drawn maps coloured in outline, drawn by Barnard post war, being "Map of my wanderings in France" 1917-18; "Map of Arras to illustrate my movements Winter 1917 and March 1918"; and "Map to illustrate Summer 1918 and the attack August 21st-28th". The reverse of the last two with copious reference notes. The maps each 9 x 5 1/2 inches.

Also two photographs of Barnard, one dated Dec. 1st 1918. A typed letter from Rhys Williams "My dear Tom, They operated most succesfully on me yesterday and took out a nice clean bullet....." 17 Park Lane, Oct. 7th 15 & an autograph letter from "Brien" congratulating him on his M.C. Oct. 16th 1918.

A manuscript, "Detail of Parties for anti air-craft Duties. found by Detachment, Res. Bn. Coldstream Guards in the event of an Air-Raid. Wellington Barracks,17th August 1917", and lastly, a mimeographed instruction sheet for procedures following a hostile gas projector attack. Headquarters 1st Guards Brigade, 15/3/18. Marked "Secret" and inscribed, "Please read this out to your cy on parade, J.S. Coats, Captain Adjutant".


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WWI: Trench / Positions map. Ervillers. Special Sheet.

Item No. 16776

Field Survey Bn. 10752, 15.8.15. The map showing the British trenches in red, the German in blue. Also showing Artillery - Hostile Batteries, Anti air-craft batteries, areas containing Hostile Battery positions not yet located by photographs.

Also the Approx. British Front Line at 9 am on 17.8.18. Also the key to Enemy Organisation 15.8.18 showing balloon beds or sheds, dumps, etc. The map inscribed on the reverse, "O. C. No. 1 Company, August 18". The map 34 1/2 x 22 inches, linen-backed. Holed on fold junctions, some splits on folds, some soiling. Scale 1:20,000.


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WWI: North West Europe. Sheet 4.

Item No. 16777

War Office Feb. 1915. Revised edition. Folding coloured map mounted on linen. Geographical Section, General Staff No, 2733. The map 33 3/4 x 26 3.4 inches. Scale 1/ 250,000. Very good.


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WWI: City of Salisbury Children's Peace Festival. Pageant of "Salisbury through the Ages" Victoria Park, Monday, July 28th, 1919. James Macklin, Mayor. Book of Words.

Salisbury: 1919. 8vo (9 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches), 25-pages. Original purple grained cloth gilt; binding unevenly faded.


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WYLLY, COLONEL H.C: XVth (The King's) Hussars 1759 to 1913.

Item No. 16588

London: Caxton, 1914. Portrait, plates, some coloured, folding maps. Large 8vo (10 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches), 564-pages. Original blue cloth. Headbands and extreminties rubbed, damp-marking to both covers; a little light occasional foxing within, chip out of one blank fore-margin of text.


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