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A Carnet de Route: October, 1917.

By: BELLOWS, William

Price: £35.00

Publisher: Gloucester: printed by John Bellows, 1917.:

Seller ID: 38842


8vo. pp. 15. Original wrappers, a little spotted. William Bellows, from the Quaker Bellows printing family of Gloucester undertook 300 mile 2-day car journey under the guidance of French Captain Bloch-Laroque, from Paris through Picardy and Champagne to see the front lines. This is a brief descriptive diary of the trip. The Society of Friends is recorded as the sole location. View more info

With the Incomparable 29th.

By: MURE, Major A.H.

Price: £65.00

Publisher: W. & R. Chambers, 1919.:

Seller ID: 34184


1st Edition. 8vo. pp. 206. Original cloth with tiny snag to the head of the spine. End papers rather browned, but generally Very Good. The story of the 5th Battalion, Royal Scots who served with the 29th Division in Gallipoli and the Western Front. A scarce account. View more info

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Regimental History of New Zealand Cyclist Corps in the Great War 1914 - 1918, by Officers.

By: OFFICERS

Price: £250.00

Publisher: Auckland, New Zealand: Priinted by Whitcombe & Tombs, 1922.:

Seller ID: 28120


8vo. pp. 139; illustrations. Practically fine in original cloth. The original edition. military world war one great war View more info

La Cavalerie au Combat Dans les Guerres de L’Avenir. Etudes de Tactique Appliquée.

By: P.S.

Price: £125.00

Publisher: Paris: Berger-Levrault, 1899.:

Seller ID: 31146


Tall 8vo. pp. 186; folding maps including 4 in a rear pocket. Contemporary pebble grained cloth. Very Good. View more info

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History of the [U.S.] Army Air Service.

By: PURTEE, Dr Edward O.

Price: £300.00

Publisher: prepared by Historical Office Executive Secretariat, Air Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, May, 1948.:

Seller ID: 38772


Small 4to. pp.x, 181, [12]; illustrations. Printed on rectos only. Bound in card wrappers. A photographically reproduced official document. Very few copies would have been produced. According to a note only the first 6 copies contained a full set of illustrations and appendices; these were redacted from other copies, as here. Worldcat lists only 2 copies, both at specialist military institutions in the U.S.A. View more info

Lancaster- The Story of a Famous Bomber.

By: ROBERTSON, Bruce

Price: £15.00

Publisher: Harleyford [Model and Allied Publications], 1974.:

Seller ID: 25234


Reprint. Large 4to. pp. 216; illustrations. Very Good in dust wrapper. military aviation View more info

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Diary of Captain the Hon. Richard Fitzroy Somerset, Grenadier Guards, Adjutant 2nd Battalion West African Frontier Force, Feb. 5, 1898 - Feb. 19, 1899.

By: SOMERSET, Richard Fitzroy

Price: £150.00

Publisher: Privately Published, [1901]:

Seller ID: 38503


4to. pp. xii, 238. Original thick paper wrappers a little worn, internally spotted. A family copy with the bookplate of Cefntilla the Raglan family home. The son of the 2nd Baron Raglan, he died of blackwater fever shortly after his return to England in 1899. This is an important first hand account of his experiences followed by letters of condolence. This copy also includes ms extracts from two further letters of condolence; from Colonel Lugard and H.R.H. Field Marsha... View more info

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Diary of Captain the Hon. Richard Fitzroy Somerset, Grenadier Guards, Adjutant 2nd Battalion West African Frontier Force, Feb. 5, 1898 - Feb. 19, 1899.

By: SOMERSET, Richard Fitzroy

Price: £150.00

Publisher: Privately Published, [1901]:

Seller ID: 38504


4to. pp. xii, 238. Original thick paper wrappers, Very Good with a little internal spotting and three splash marks to the front wrapper. A family copy with the bookplate of Cefntilla the Raglan family home. The son of the 2nd Baron Raglan, he died of blackwater fever shortly after his return to England in 1899. This is an important first hand account of his experiences followed by letters of condolence. View more info