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Royal Canadian Artillery 1941-1945. Large format. Green cloth with gilt titles. Fold-out maps to front and back. B/w photos. Book is damp marked to pages and covers. Ink stamps to prelims; couple of page tears. Page browning. A working copy.
WITH THE FLAG TO PRETORIA, AND AFTER PRETORIA: THE GUERILLA WAR (4 VOLUME SET)
Written by H.W. Wilson.
Stock no. 2112218
Published by Harmsworth Bros., Limited. Circa 1901. Good condition.
A History of the Boer War 1899-1900. Very large format. Red cloth, gilt titles. B/w photos and illustrations. This set comprises of the 2 copies of With the Flat and the 2 supplement volumes of After Pretoria; all uniform to each other. Heavy! All spines are faded and browned, with some wear. Differing amounts of damp staining to covers and pages internally. Still a good working set.
Leather bound book with gilt title to spine. Spine is faded, with large splits to top and tail of spine, and partial splits horizontally across from vertical splits. Some scuffing and wear to cover edges. Front joint is a bit cracked. Page browning.
WITH A SHOW THROUGH SOUTHERN AFRICA AND PERSONAL REMINISCENCES OF THE TRANSVAAL WAR
Written by Charles Du Val.
Stock no. 2111042
Published by Tinsley Brothers. 1882. Very good condition.
Two volumes, bound into one volume; this has been bound in a modern binding; cloth spine; marbled boards. B/w illustrations. Light wear to cover edges. Some foxing and page browning. A few margin marks. A little annotation.
HISTORICAL RECORD OF THE TWELFTH, OR THE EAST SUFFOLK REGIMENT OF FOOT
Written by Richard Cannon.
Stock no. 2109178
Published by Parker, Furnivall & Parker. 1848. Almost very good condition.
Containing an account of the formation of the regiment in 1685, and of its subsequent services to 1847. Red cloth, gilt titles. 4 hand coloured plates. Uneven fading to covers; spine browning; couple of small pin holes to spine. Bumping to cover edges, with some grubby marks. Publisher ink stamp and insert to prelims. A few grubby margin marks. Hand coloured plates are lovely and bright!
RIFLE AND FIELD EXERCISES AND MUSKETRY INSTRUCTION FOR HER MAJESTY'S FLEET
No author listed.
Stock no. 2106937
1882. Almost very good condition.
Small format. Dark blue covers with brass clasp. Front part of clasp has now broken off and is missing. Heavy wear to covers; creasing to a couple of corners. Some scuff marks. Front joint is cracked and weak at this part of binding. Chipping to some page edges; small loss. Page browning. A little pencil to fold-out pages to rear, which also has a couple of edge-tears.
FRONTIER WARFARE - INDIA
No author listed.
Stock no. 2106932
1939. Almost very good condition.
Yellow cloth. (Army and Royal Air Forces). 1 folding map and 8 fold-out diagrams. Used and for Government of India. Covers are grubby and edge-worn. Ink stamp to prelims. Foxing and a little creasing to a few fold-out diagrams.
The Chronicle of an Artilleryman from 1914 to the Armistice. B/w photos. Brown cloth, black titles. 368 pages. Corners and top and tail of spine bumped.
THE HISTORY OF THE 50TH OR (THE QUEEN'S OWN) REGIMENT
Written by Arthur Evelyn Fyler.
Stock no. 1205035
Published by Chapman & Hall. 1st 1895. Good condition.
From the Earliest Date to the Year 1881. Red cloth, gilt title to spine. Silver vignette to front cover. 4 colour plates. xviii 380 pages. Spine browned and split. Name in ink to half-title. Corners rubbed. Contents very good.
MILITARIZATION AND DEMILITARIZATION IN CONTEMPORARY JAPAN
Written by Glenn D. Hook.
Stock no. 1803966
Published by Routledge. 1st 1996. Nearly fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
Routledge Japanese Studies Series. The gradual transformation of Japan into a 'normal' military state, the political forces supporting and opposing this transition, and the underlying values at the base of the critique of militarization. Black boards, silver title to spine. xiv and 256 pages including index. ISBN: 0415022746.
An Illustrated Magazine for all in Khaki. November 1916-October 1917. 12 issues. Green cloth, gilt title to spine. B/w plates and illustrations. SIGNED by publisher and possibly other contributors to front pastedown. Front endpapers appear to have been hand illustrated in ink by artist signed as S.W.D. Covers scuffed and marked. Some creasing. Photograph of a soldier pasted to rear pastedown (unidentified).