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The developments that led to the front-line guns of the period and of those guns that remained in service. Hand-gunds, rifles and machine-guns of each of the Central Powers nations. Black boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos and illustrations. 208 pages includes index. ISBN: 1861261241. Ex-libris sticker of Ian H. Stockley on front pastedown. Else a fine copy in wrapper which has mark from removed label on verso and some light indentations.
The story of British armoured infantry carriers from the modified Mark V tanks of World War I to the Saracens and Spartans that are in action at the time of writing. Pictorial cardwraps. B/w photos. ISBN: 0853830886.
COMBAT AND GENOCIDE ON THE EASTERN FRONT: THE GERMAN INFANTRY'S WAR, 1941-1944
Written by Jeff Rutherford.
Stock no. 1818902
Published by Cambridge University Press. 1st 2014. Nearly fine condition.
Cambridge Military Histories series. A study of combat and the occupation policies of three frontline infantry divisions. Pictorial glazed boards. B/w maps, charts & photos. ISBN: 9781107055711. Heavy bump to lower edge of rear board.
ISLAM AND THE ARMY IN COLONIAL INDIA: SEPOY RELIGION IN THE SERVICE OF EMPIRE
Written by Nile Green.
Stock no. 1818887
Published by Cambridge University Press. 1st 2009. Fine condition in a fine dustwrapper.
A ground-breaking study of the cultural world of the Muslim soldiers of colonial India. Set in Hyderabad in the mid nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the book focuses on the soldiers' relationships with the faqir holy men who protected them and the British officers they served. Black boards, silver title to spine. A few b/w illustrations. ISBN: 9780521898454.
THE TESTIMONIES OF INDIAN SOLDIERS AND THE TWO WORLD WARS
Written by Gajendra Sing.
Stock no. 1818629
Published by Bloomsbury. 1st 2014. Slightly better than very good condition.
Drawing upon the accounts of Indian combatants to explore how they came to terms with the conflicts. Matt pictorial boards. ISBN: 9781780936277. Corners and top front edge of boards bumped.
A recollection of German soldiers from the ranks who made a name for themselves in the Second World War, who performed deeds, either alone or with a number of comrades, which decided the outcome of a battle, or through other acts of bravery lived up to the best German military traditions. Pictorial glazed boards. B/w photos. ISBN: 0921991223.
A pivotal study of infantrymen and their weapons in the atomic age. White boards, gilt title to spine. B/w illustrations and photos. ISBN: 0947898883. Light browning to lower edge of boards.
'MEN WHO ARE DETERMINED TO BE FREE': THE AMERICAN ASSAULT ON STONY POINT, 15 JULY 1779
Written by David C. Bonk.
Stock no. 1816177
Published by Helion & Company. 1st 2018. Fine condition.
From Reason to Revolution 1721-1815 No.16. Pictorial cardwraps. Colour & b/w illustrations. ISBN: 9781912174843.
REMINISCENCES 1808-1815 UNDER WELLINGTON: THE PENINSULAR AND WATERLOO MEMOIRS OF WILLIAM HAY
Written by William Hay; Andrew Bamford.
Stock no. 1816173
Published by Helion & Company. 1st 2017. Fine condition.
William Hay had a varied and exciting military career during the later years of the Napoleonic Wars, which took him to the Peninsula, to Waterloo and, after 1815, to Canada. Introduced and annotated by historian Andrew Bamford. From Reason to Revolution 1721-1815 No. 3. Pictorial glazed boards. B/w illustrations. ISBN: 9781911512325.
A Brief History of the 8th (Service) Battalion The Royal Fusiliers 1914-18. Red cloth boards, light red title printed vertically to front board. B/w plates and maps. ISBN: 9780955605109. SIGNED by the author (with personal dedication) to title page. Letter to the previous owner from the author regarding the same sellotaped to front pastedown. Contents fine. Dustwrapper is lightly edge-creased.
FOR ENGLAND AND ST GEORGE: A HISTORY OF THE ROYAL REGIMENT OF FUSILIERS
Written by Simon Dunstan.
Stock no. 1815739
Published by The Royal Regiment Of Fusiliers. 1st 2000. Nearly fine condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
A history in the life of an infantry regiment of the British Army as seen through the eyes and told in the worlds of those who have served in the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. Large format. Burgundy cloth boards, gilt title to spine and vignette to front. Colour & b/w illustrations throughout. 225 pages plus appendix to rear. ISBN: 0954006704. Light rubbing to board corners. Contents fine. Pictorial dustwrapper is slightly grubby, a little scuffed to rear panel, and faded to spine.
MONTY'S NORTHERN LEGIONS: 50TH NORTHUMBRIAN AND 15TH SCOTTISH DIVISIONS AT WAR 1939-1945
Written by Patrick Delaforce.
Stock no. 1815041
Published by Sutton Publishing. 1st 2004. Fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
The story of two British Army infantry divisions that were very highly regarded by Field Marshal Sir Bernard Montgomery, and whose gallant roles in the Second World War deserve to be much better known. Black boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos and maps. ISBN: 0750935561.