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Details of some 2000 patterns recording the titles worn by units of the Regular, Militia, Yeomanry, Volunteer, Territorial and Cadet forces of the British Army. New and revised. 2nd edition. Red boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. 199 pages includes index. ISBN: 0850525241. Ex-libris sticker of Ian H. Stockley on front endpaper. Else a fine copy in wrapper which has lightly faded spine and light scuff marks.
Autobiography. Memories of Planes, Princes and the Paranormal. Blue boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. ISBN: 0850525810. Bookplate tipped in to front endpaper. Minor foxspots to text block. Price-cut pictorial dustwrapper.
GRAF SPEE'S RAIDERS: CHALLENGE TO THE ROYAL NAVY, 1914-1915
Written by Keith Yates.
Stock no. 1818287
Published by Leo Cooper. 1995. Fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
How early in World War I, Spee and his gallant men gave the Imperial German Navy the confidence to challenge the Royal Navy's long-held supremacy at sea. Includes material on several German and British ship and squadron commanders and provides a detailed overview of the opening months of the war in the Indian, Atlantic, and Pacific Oceans. Blue cloth spine with silver title, turquoise paper boards. B/w photos and maps. ISBN: 0850524512. Second printing. Rear panel of dustwrapper lightly scuffed.
AT THE ELEVENTH HOUR: REFLECTIONS, HOPES AND ANXIETIES AT THE CLOSING OF THE GREAT WAR, 1918
Written by Hugh Cecil; Peter Liddle.
Stock no. 1818273
Published by Leo Cooper. 1st 1998. Fine condition in a fine dustwrapper.
Written by historical scholars from all over the world and edited by Cecil & Liddle. This volume draws on their specialist expertise and from original letters, diaries, public records and newspapers, to chart and analyse reactions at the close of the Great War in particular countries. Red boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos and illustrations. xxxv and 412 pages including index. ISBN: 0850526094.
The secret story of appeasement and treachery 1939-1945. B/w photos. ISBN: 0850522005.
HIGH ROAD TO COMMAND: THE DIARIES OF MAJOR-GENERAL SIR EDMUND IRONSIDE 1920-1922
Written by Edmund Ironside.
Stock no. 1817798
Published by Leo Cooper. 1st 1972. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
At the end of the First World War Sir Edmund Ironside was the youngest Major-General in the British Army. Jobs were scarce and the system of 'shelving' officers on half pay until useful employment could be found for them was still in force. Sir Edmund was obliged to accept several apparently unrewarding commissions before he returned to the 'establishment' in 1922 as Commandant of the Staff College. Orange boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. ISBN: 0850520770. Text block lightly browned. Lower corner crease to prelims. Pictorial dustwrapper is worn across top of rear panel with a few closed tears, scuffed.
A Diary of the Warsaw Rising - Summer 1944. Blue boards, gilt title to spine. ISBN: 0850521882. Some bumping along cover edges. Page browning. Wrapper is faded to spine.
Large format. Card wraps. 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd & 23rd Battalions of the Manchester Regiment. A history of the two Manchester Brigades. ISBN: 0850523931. Creasing to corners, some fading to spine. Contents are still very good.
SHEFFIELD CITY BATTALION: THE 12TH (SERVICE) BATTALION YORK & LANCASTER REGIMENT
Written by Paul Oldfield; Ralph Gibson.
Stock no. 1816056
Published by Leo Cooper. 1st thus 2006. Fine condition in a fine dustwrapper.
A history of the battalion raised by Sheffield in World War One. Black cloth boards, gilt title to spine. B/w maps and photos. ISBN: 1844154238.
The 68th and 106th Regiments of Foot. Famous Regiments series. Green boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. xiv and 90 pages. ISBN: 0850521491. Light browning to page edges and dustwrapper.
Blue boards, gilt title to spine. 150 pages. Autobiography of an RAF commander. ISBN: 0850524482. Wrapper is faded to spine with a little creasing.
Memoirs of the Royal Naval Air Service in the First World War. B/w photos. Revised edition. ISBN: 0850523184. Wrapper is lightly edge-creased.