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SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR 1898
Written by Ron Field. Illustrated by Richard Hook.
Stock no. 1816317
Published by Brassey's. 1st 1998. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.

Brassey's History of Uniforms series. Large format. Colour and b/w photos. A thorough analysis of the US, Spanish and Filipino armies with chapters detailing the range of their uniforms, weapons and equipment from the US Marines and US Cavalry to the exotic appearance of the Spanish Guerillas and Filipino Bolomen. ISBN: 1857532724. A few minor marks to boards. Contents fine. Pictorial dustwrapper is scuffed to rear panel.
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RIDING TO WAR
Written by Gerald Uloth.
Stock no. 2125943
Published by Monks. 1st 1993. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.

By an Officer of the 28th Light Cavalry. B/w photos. ISBN: 0952290006. Light bumping to top and tail of spine. Inscription in ink to title page. Wrapper is edge-creased with a few chips and nicks; scuffing and some surface paper damage to top of spine.
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BETWEEN SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS
Written by Marco Pagan.
Stock no. 1816176
Published by Helion & Company. 1st 2018. Fine condition.

The Army of Elector Friedrich August II of Saxony, 1733-1763. Part I: Staff and Cavalry. From Reason to Revolution 1721-1815 No.18. Pictorial cardwraps. B/w & colour illustrations. ISBN: 9781912174898.
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THE ROMAN CAVALRY FROM THE FIRST TO THE THIRD CENTURY AD
Written by Karen R. Dixon; Pat Southern.
Stock no. 1317371
Published by B.T. Batsford Ltd.. 1st 1992. Nearly fine condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.

The origins of the mounted units of the Roman army and their development from temporary allied troops to the regular alae and cohorts. Blue boards, gilt title to spine. 256 pages. B/w drawings by Dixon plus b/w photos. ISBN: 0713463961. Spine slightly bumped at top and tail. Dustwrapper is just a little edge rubbed.
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JOHN JEFFERSON HARLAN: BUNCO STEERER
Written by Philip J. Rasch; A.G. Brackett.
Stock no. 2124527
Published by The English Westerners' Society. 1982. Nearly fine condition.

16 page pamphlet. Card wraps. Also includes 'The Frontier Cavary' by Brackett. The Brand Book Vol. 21, No. 1, Winter 1982. Light creasing to top corner of front cover.
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A CAPTAIN OF "CHIVALRIC COURAGE": THOMAS H. FRENCH, 7TH CAVALRY
Written by Barry C. Johnson.
Stock no. 1815717
Published by The English Westerners' Society. 1989. Nearly fine condition.

The Brand Book Vol. 25 Nos. 1 & 2 1987/88. Blue cardwraps booklet. 50 pages.
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A HISTORY OF THE BRITISH CAVALRY 1816-1919 VOLUME 5: EGYPT, PALESTINE AND SYRIA 1914 TO 1919
Written by The Marquess Of Anglesey.
Stock no. 1815542
Published by Leo Cooper. 1st 1994. Fine condition in a fine dustwrapper.

The spectacular exploits of the yeomanry, the Australasian and the Indian mounted forces in the Middle East between 1914 and 1918. Red boards, gilt title to spine. B/w illustrations and maps. xxv and 388 pages including index. ISBN: 0850523958.
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A HISTORY OF THE BRITISH CAVALRY 1816-1919 VOLUME III
Written by The Marquess Of Anglesey.
Stock no. 1815342
Published by Leo Cooper. 1st thus 2004. Fine condition in a fine dustwrapper.

1872 to 1898. This volume covers the high noon of the British Empire, beginning with the Zulu war of 1879 and ending with Kitchener's River War nineteen years later. Red boards, gilt title to spine. B/w plates. ISBN: 0436273276.
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THE GUNS "LONG HAIR" LEFT BEHIND: THE GATLING GUN DETACHMENT AND THE LITTLE BIG HORN
Written by C. Lee Noyes.
Stock no. 1815256
Published by The English Westerners' Society. 2000. Fine condition.

The Brand Book Volume 33, No. 2 Summer 1999. Limited Edition of 500 copies. An essay. Grey pictorial cardwraps. Stapled binding. 24 pages. This copy is numbered 360.
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AN OFFICER'S PERCEPTION OF THE LITTLE BIG HORN AND A CENTENNIAL EXPOSE
Written by C. Lee Noyes.
Stock no. 1815246
Published by The English Westerners' Society. 1993. Nearly fine condition.

The Brand Book Volume 30 1992-1993. Two essays. Blue cardwraps with black titles. Stapled binding. 31 pages.
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RESUME OF OPERATIONS AGAINST THE APACHE INDIANS 1882 TO 1886
Written by George Crook.
Stock no. 1815244
Published by The English Westerners' Society. 1999. Slightly better than very good condition.

The Brand Book Volume 32, No. 2 Summer 1998. With Notes and an Introduction by Barry C. Johnson. Crook's Resume was first published in 1886; and was published in this version by The Johnson-Taunton Military Press in 1971. This edition has a few additions suggested by an Apache Wars authority in the light of more recent research. Blue cardwraps. Stapled binding. 28 pages. Light creasing to spine. Contents fine.
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HERE COME THE REBELS!
Written by Wilbur Sturtevant Nye.
Stock no. 1815149
Published by Morningside Bookshop. 1988. Fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.

Facsimile reprint No. 80 (originally published in 1965). This story carries the reader through events leading up to Gettysburg. Focus is primarily on the march of R.S. Ewell's Second Corps, describing the action around Winchester from Confederate and Federal view points. Contains a full account of cavalry engagements. Grey cloth boards, gilt title to spine. xvi and 412 pages including index.
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