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Softback. A very good copy in blue paper cover lettered in black. Unopened. 24 pages. The text of a talk delivered before the University of St. Andrews on 15 November 1945. It is No. VIII of the Walker Trust Lectures on Leadership.
Published : Geoffrey Cumberlege Oxford University Press 1946, First Edition
Hardback. A fair copy in black cloth lettered and decorated in gilt. Some wear to spine ends and board tips. Front hinges cracked. No ownership inscription and not foxed. Pp.xix,727. Numerous illustrations. Eleven folding maps. 47 maps and sketches in the text. A very substantial regimental history.
Published : Gale & Polden, Aldershot 1956, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in green cloth with bevelled edges lettered and decorated in silver. Lacks dustwrapper. A clean copy without foxing or ownership inscription. Pp.xviii,492. Frontispiece and 42 illustrations. 21 maps. Covers the period from 1890 to 1953 including the First World War (Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, Mesopotamia etc), the Second World War (Burma etc), and Malaya.
Published : William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh & London 1957, First Edition
A good copy in wraps. 56 pages. Poems in Scots on the theme of the First World War. Glossary.
Published : Constable, London 1917, First Edition
Hardback. 4to. A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper. A nice clean copy with no ownership inscription or other internal marking. 320 pages. Over 735 photos and three-view line drawings. This is the story of the three German Horten Brothers and their attempt to perfect an all-wing aircraft in Nazi Germany.
Published : Schiffer Publishing Ltd 1998, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in black cloth lettered in gilt on spine and decorated in gilt on upper board. In a good plus dustwrapper which has internal repairs. The wrapper is now protected in a clear, removable, sleeve. No ownership inscription and not foxed. Pp.xvi,672. Frontispiece and 12 plates + biographies of a number of officers with photographs. 26 maps, some folding. Two corrigenda slips loosely inserted with the corrections made in ink in the text. Some other ink underlining etc mainly towards the end of the book.
Published : Royal Signals Institution, London 1958, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in publisher's brown cloth with title in gilt on spine. No inscriptions. 17 black and white illustrations. 600 pages. In a good dustwrapper, not price-clipped but missing two pieces (at foot of spine and on rear panel) which is now protected in a removable cover. Odd Nansen is the son of Friidtjof Nansen, the Norwegian statesman and Arctic explorer. During the German occupation of his country, he was arrested as a hostage. He was first interned in Norway and later taken to the notorious concentration camp at Sachsenhausen.
Published : Putnam & Co. Ltd., London 1949, First English Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in green cloth lettered in gilt. No ownership inscription and only a little edge foxing. 285 pages. Folding map. The author's experiences as an escapee from a prisoner of war camp in Austria during the Second World War.
Published : Jonathan Cape, London 1947, First Edition
Slim 4to. A very good copy. Maroon endpapers. A clean copy without foxing or ownership inscription. 55pp. A calendar of events in the history of the Gordon Highlanders.
Published : John Leng & Co, Dundee 1914, First Edition
Hardback. A good plus copy in blue cloth lettered in gilt. A little wrinkling to the spine. Internally very good. Pp.xv,,361. Frontispiece and 14 illustrations. Map. Deals with the author's journalistic experiences between 1914 and 1926. Includes First World War experiences in Belgium, France, the Dardanelles, Salonika and Egypt, and experiences in Ireland during the prolonged struggle that led to the Treaty of 1921, in the USA, Palestine etc.
Published : Nisbet & Co, London 1928, First Edition
4to. A fine copy in a fine dustwrapper. 160pp. profusely illustrated. Includes everything from the Battle of Hastings to Waterloo, the Alamo and Gallipoli.
Published : Silverdale Books, Leicester 2002, First Edition
Hardback. A good copy in red cloth lettered and decorated in gilt. Fading to spine. Top edge gilt. Internally very good. Pp.xii,308. 8 full-page colour plates. Many illustrations in text. The war adventures of six soldiers told for boys.
Published : Longmans Green & Co, London 1915, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper which is now protected in a clear, removable, sleeve. A nice clean copy without ownership inscription or other internal marking. Pp.vii,416. 23 illustrations. Described as "a panoramic account of one man's war, from Dunkirk to the desert convoys of North Africa, El-Alamein to D-Day."
Published : The Pentland Press 1994, First Edition
4to. A very good copy in a good dustwrapper showing a few signs of wear at the edges. The dustwrapper is now protected by a clear, removeable, wrapper. 265pp. 6 charts. This is one of a series of historical studies written by former key officers of the German Air Force for the United States Air Force Historical Division.
Published : Arno Press, New York 1968, Reprint
4to. A very good copy. Softcover. Unpaginated. 195 photographs and drawings. The story of the Second World War as it affected Scotland and the Scottish people.
Published : Archive Publications 1989, First Edition
4to. Softcover. A very good copy. A photographic record of the Scottish home front during the Second World War. 195 photographs and drawings.
Published : Archive Publications 1989, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in light brown cloth lettered in gilt. Darkened on spine. Pencilled inscription from the author on the front fixed end-paper. Pp.viii,113. Frontispiece and one other illustration. Four folding maps/plans. This is a sketch of the military career of the 17th century Swedish King Gustaf Adolf whom the author believes laid the foundations of the modern art of war.
Published : John Bale, Sons & Danielsson, London 1905, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in black cloth lettered in gilt. In a good plus dustwrapper which shows a little edge wear and tear. The wrapper is now protected in a clear, removable, sleeve. Light edge foxing. No ownership inscription. 222 pages. The author was a German officer in a volunteer Cosack Division who was taken prisoner at the end of the war and handed over to the Russians. He spent 8 1/2 years in Soviet prisons, mines and labour camps.
Published : Robert Hale, London 1957, First English Edition
A good copy in maroon cloth lettered in gilt. One inch closed tear in cloth at top of spine. Pp.xxviii,500. Lacks one plate (of eight). 4 maps. Gives details, of and numbers of casualties suffered at, each engagement for which battle honours were awarded.
Published : John Murray, London 1911, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper. A clean copy without ownership inscription or other internal marking. Pp.xxxv,343. Illustrations. Maps. Described as "a classic eye-witness account of the Anglo-Zulu War." Includes descriptions of the massacre at Isandlwana and the heroic defence of Rorke's Drift. This is a facsimile reprint of the first edition of 1880.
Published : Greenhill Books, London 1988,
A very good copy in a good dustwrapper missing a piece from top of spine. A little foxing to page ends. 282pp. Many illustrations. Folding map.
Published : John Lane The Bodley Head, London 1928, First Edition
Hardback. 4to. A very good copy in a good, price-clipped, dustwrapper which has a trace of a stain on the spine. 212 pages. Coloured frontispiece and other coloured paintings. Many photographs. Line drawings.
Published : Harleyford Publications, Letchworth 1965, First Edition
Hardback. A near fine copy in blue cloth lettered in gilt. In a glassine dustwrapper. Pp.viii,213. 9 illustrations. 5 maps. The author's experiences during the Second World War as an officer in the King's African Rifles serving first in Abyssinia and Somaliland and later in Burma.
Published : Askari Books, Petersham, Surrey 1998, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy which has been rebound in cream cloth lettered in gilt. All edges gilt. Marbled end-papers. A nice clean copy internally which is not foxed and has no ownership inscription or other marking. Pp.xiii,424 + 8pp publisher's adverts. Described as "a contemporary picture of the war" by a travel-writer who visited the various fronts and describes "things exactly as I saw them, from moment to moment--". A nice copy of a title which is uncommon in first edition.
Published : William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London 1917, First Edition
A very good copy in a full leather binding. Rebacked with five raised bands on spine, gilt decoration and gilt lettering on a red leather title-piece. All edges gilt. Two bookplates otherwise a nice clean copy internally. Pp.xxi,,415. Many illustrations including 13 full-page colour plates.
Published : A.H. Swiss, Devonport 1893, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in green cloth lettered in gilt on a red title-piece and decorated in gilt on the upper board. In a good dustwrapper which has some chips and tears to the edges. The wrapper is now protected in a clear, removable sleeve. Not foxed. Pp.xvi,256. 5 plates. 5 maps. Folding chart at rear of book. Includes India, Peninsular War, Crimea etc.
Published : Thomas Nelson & Sons, London 1952, First Edition
Hardback. A near very good copy in green cloth lettered in gilt on a red title-piece and with gilt decoration to upper board. In a good dustwrapper which is slightly chipped at spine ends. Previous owner's ex libris plate. Some edge and end-paper foxing. Pp.xvi,256. Illustrations. Maps. Coloured folding chart at rear. Napoleonic Wars, India, Crimea etc.
Published : Thomas Nelson & Sons Ltd, London 1952, First Edition
Hardback. Nd. c.1920? A very good copy in dark blue cloth lettered in gilt on spine. The boards are now protected in a clear, removable, sleeve. A couple of pages have been roughly opened. Browning to end-papers. Pp.viii,335. Six illustrations/maps. The author was professor of Surgery in Aberdeen University and Surgeon in Ordinary to the King in Scotland. The book "aims at no more than at presenting a faithful record of my own personal experiences and of my interest in the medical and surgical treatment, and especially the nursing, of sick and wounded soldiers." The three campaigns of the title are the Egyptian War of 1884-85, the Boer War of 1899-1900 and the First World War in Serbia and Italy.
Published : Hodder and Stoughton, London, First Edition
Hardback. 4to. A fine copy in a near fine dustwrapper which is now protected in a clear, removable sleeve. Pp.xii,348. Colour illustrations, numerous black and white photographs and 14 maps + map end-papers. A history of the Regiment formed by the Royal Air Force in 1942 to protect its airfields against enemy attack.
Published : Forces & Corporate Publishing Ltd 1997, First Edition
Softback. 4to. A near fine copy. 132 pages. "Makes available information relating to more than 3,000 soldiers and civilians who were sentenced to death by military courts during the First World War and its aftermath". Provides both a chronological list (according to the date of sentencing) and an alphabetical list together with National Archives reference numbers. An essential reference work for researchers, historians and all those interested in the First World War.
Published : Francis Boutle Publishers, London 2005, Revised Edition
Hardback. A near very good copy lettered and decorated in silver. Lacks dustwrapper. No.692 of 1500 copies. A little edge foxing but a clean copy internally with no ownership inscription or other marking. 346 pages. Numerous illustrations including five in colour. 11 maps including map end-papers. A South African regimental history. Includes the Bechuanaland Campaign of 1897, the Boer War and the Second World War (which takes up more than a hundred pages). Includes a Roll of Honour etc.
Published : Prince Alfred's Guard in Conjunction with Books of Africa (Pty.) Ltd. 1967, First Edition
Illustrated by J. Hannan Watson.
Hardback. A very good copy in the original brown pictorial cloth lettered in gilt and black and with bevelled boards. A little wear to board edges. Top edge gilt. No ownership inscription. A little foxing/browning. 160 pages. 20 illustrations + 18 sketches in the text. A Boer War record. Includes a Roll of the two Companies
Published : James Hedderwick & Sons, Glasgow 1901, First Edition
Internally the book is very good but externally the red cloth is faded and marked on the spine with some fading also to the lower board. Quite a clean copy internally with only a little foxing and a pencilled ownership inscription. Pp.xiii,275. Plan. Many illustrations (which have been collated). A full account of the British invasion of Tibet in 1904 under Colonel Younghusband.
Published : Smith Elder & Co, London 1906, First Edition
Hardback. A good plus copy in dark blue cloth lettered (rather dully) in gilt. Inscribed "With the Author's Compliments, 19 Sept. 1934" on front end-paper. 112 pages. 4 illustrations. Lacks frontispiece.
Published : Hughes Bros., Dolgelley 1934, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy without dustwrapper. 75 pages. 3 maps. The story of the regiment in the Second World War. "Famous regiments" series.
Published : Leo Cooper, London 1970, First Edition
Hardback. A good copy in red cloth lettered in gilt and decorated in black on spine and front board. Some marking to spine. A nice clean copy internally with only a pencilled ownership inscription. Pp.xii,212 + 8 page publisher's catalogue. Coloured frontispiece. Two folding panoramic sketches (both torn down fold and in two pieces but complete). A soldier's account of life in the trenches while besieging Sebastopol during the Crimean War. Scarce in first edition.
Published : Kerby & Endean, London 1878, First Edition
Softback. A fine copy. Signed by the author. Pp.ix,198. Illustrated. The Second World War story of the "Y Service" of listening stations which supplied Bletchley Park with enemy signals to be decoded.
Published : George R Reeve Ltd 2003, First Edition
Hardback. A fine copy in a fine dustwrapper. Pp.xiii,134. 64 illustrations. The history of a leading Service charity. Loosely enclosed is a letter from 1999 gifting this copy to the General Secretary of The Royal British Legion, Scotland.
Published : Forces Help Society 1999, First Edition
Hardback. A very good copy in red cloth lettered in gilt. In a very good, price-clipped, dustwrapper. Gift inscription on front end-paper. Pp.xii,343. This eye-witness account of the Crimean War "makes a valuable contribution to the source material on the War."
Published : EP Publishing Ltd. 1975,
Softback. A good copy in the original grey card covers. Signed by author at foot of "Author's Acknowledgements" page. Pp.iv,48. 12 illustrations. Covers the period from the foundation of the Regiment in 1688 to 1927.
Published : Gale & Polden, Aldershot 1930, First Edition
Softback. A little torn at foot of spine otherwise a nice copy. Pp.xiii,194. Many illustrations. This is the story, from 1944 to 1946 of Captain Atholl Duncan of the 2nd Battalion, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders and of his fiancee Elizabeth Glassey. Duncan was a prisoner of war of the Japanese for 3.5 years. The book examines some of the issues faced by returning Far Eastern prisoners of war and their families.
Published : Kranji Publications 2003, First Edition
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