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[6316] ----. H.M.S. Victory - A Short History and Guide. Paperback. Good Oblong pamphlet. 16pp. Illustrated. Covers rubbed. Good. 3.00

[6285] Anderson, John. Last Days of the Sea Queens Part Two. Spindrift, 1947. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 31pp. Duplicated typescript in illustrated brown wrappers. Scarce. 10.00

[15800] Anon. The Army in Ancient Egypt. Cairo: Centre of Documentation and Studies on Ancient Egypt, Paperback. Good+ No date. Small 4to. [46pp.] Illustrated in colour and monochrome. Text in Arabic and English. No inscriptions, Illustrated cover, rubbed/creased 15.00

[8766] Anon. RAF Falcons 1984 - The Royal Air Force Freefall Parachute Display Team. Paperback. Very Good 4to. 16pp. illustrated booklet. Foreword by Air Chief Marshal Sir David Craig. No inscriptions. 3.00

[15640] Anon. Invasion ! - The Story of Operation Overlord. London: Reader's Digest, 1973. Paperback. Good+ Obllong format. 6pp. 33 illustrated panels. 5pp. No inscriptions. Covers foxed, contents VG., 3.00

[15847] Anon. The 1993 Royal Tournament . London: The Royal Tournament, 1993. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Very Good+ 4to. 122pp. Illustrated in colour. No inscriptions. The official programme for the 103rd. Royal Tournament held at Earls Court 20-31 July 1993. 8.00

[12513] Anon. Engineer History Fifth Army Mediterranean Theater -Three Volumes. Engineer Section Headquarters Fifth Army, Paperback. Good+. Volume I :159pp. Portrait frontispiece and introduction by Brigadier General Frank Otto Bowman. Photographic illustrations, maps and plans. Volume II : 268pp .Photographic illustrations, maps and plans. Loosely enclosed typed errata sheet. Volume III - Appendices. No inscriptions. Printed covers with coloured emblem of The Fifth Army, classified 'Confidential' which is crossed out and marked in ink 'Restricted', spines chipped at ends, Scarce. 350.00

[14869] Aston, Maj.-Gen. Sir George . The Biography of the Late Marshal Foch . London: Hutchinson, 1929. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Good+ / No dustwrapper. 318pp. Illustrated. No inscriptions. No dustwrapper. Red cloth gilt, unevenly faded, scattered foxing. 10.00

[11568] Bois, Elie J.. Truth on the Tragedy of France. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1940. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 416pp. Translated by N. Scarlyn Wilson. A contemporary account of the political and military events leading to the fall of France in 1940. Dedicated by the author to his wife Rita Bois, his Country France and to the British People. No inscriptions. Original blue cloth. 10.00

[13750] British Railways Press Office. ' It Can Now Be Revealed ' More about British Railways in Peace and War. 1945. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good 64pp. Illustrated. Covers marked. 6.00

[12538] Brockway, Fenner and Mullally, Frederic. Death Pays a Dividend. London: Gollancz, 1944. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 158pp. Frontispiece. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt. 4.00

[2610] Bullen, Arthur E. and Prout, Geoffrey. Yachting - How to Sail and Manage a Small Modern Yacht. Glasgow: Brown, Son & Ferguson, 1947. Second Edition. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. xv,199pp. 76 illustrations by Geoffrey Prout. No inscriptions. 5.00

[2457] Cammaerts, Emile. The Prisoner at Laeken - King Leopold Legend and Fact. London: The Cresset Press, 1941. 4th Impression. Hardback.. Very Good in Good+ d/w xxxvi,268pp. Frontispiece. 4 maps (2 folding). Preface by Admiral of the Fleet Sir Roger Keyes. Inscribed, signed and dated (1942) by the author. 16.00

[6307] Chant, Chris. SAS in Action. Bristol: Parragon, 1997. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0752522264. 4to. 96pp. Illustrated mostly in colour. No inscriptions. Illustrated laminated boards. 6.00

[4301] Communist Party of Great Britain. The Siege of Stalingrad. Paperback. Reading copy 50pp. Illustrated. No inscriptions. Lacks rear cover. 12.00

[10818] Connell, John.. Wavell: Scholar and Soldier to June 1941. London: Collins, 1964. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in dustwrapper 573pp. Illustrated. Maps. Bookplate on half-title. Original grey cloth gilt. 6.00

[10813] Cosgrove, Brian. The Microlight Pilot's Handbook. Shrewsbury: Airlife Publishing, 1994. Fourth Edition. Paperback. Very Good ISBN: 1853105236. 187pp. Illustrated. Inscribed by the author ' To Tony, With sincerest best wishes, Brian 11th April 1995 '. 16.00

[10617] Cowie, Donald. War for Britain - The Inner Story of the Empire in Action : First Part September 1939 to September 1940. London: Chapman & Hall, 1941. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good 265pp. Illustrated. Map endpapers. Introduction by Sir Hugh Walpole. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Original blue cloth. 6.00

[13368] de la Billiere, General Sir Peter. Storm Command - A Personal Account of the Gulf War. London: HarperCollins, 1992. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in Very Good d/w ISBN: 0002551381. 348pp. Illustrated with photographs and maps. Owner's label on endpaper. Dustwrapper closed tear internally repaired. Black cloth gilt. 4.00

[2618] Department of Trade and Industry. Carriage of Dangerous Goods in Ships . London: H.M.S.O., 1971. Second Edition. Hardback.. Very Good. ISBN: 0115106693. Report of the Standing Advisory Committee 1966 : The Blue Book. Large oblong binder with tab referenced sections. Blue cloth. 25.00

[9355] Dupuy, Trevor Nevitt. The Illustrated History of World War II : Volume 12 - The Naval War in The Pacific : On To Tokyo. London: Edmund Ward, 1966. First UK Edition. Hardback. Very Good in dustwrapper 90pp Illustrated. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt, corner of front free endpaper clipped. . 5.00

[9357] Dupuy, Trevor Nevitt. The Illustrated History of World War II : Volume 4 - The Naval War in the West : The Raiders in Asia. London: Edmund Ward, 1964. First UK Edition. Hardback. Very Good in dustwrapper 68pp Illustrated. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt, corner of front free endpaper clipped. . 4.00

[3875] English Tourist Board. British Military Museums and Events in the Silver Jubilee Year. English Tourist Board, 1977. First Edition. Paperback. Good+. 40pp. Illustrated. Pages slightly browned. 3.00

[4664] Escott, Squadron Leader Beryl E.. Twentieth Century Women of Courage. Stroud, Glos: Sutton Publishing, 1999. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0750918926. vi, 282pp. Illustrated. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt. 10.00

[2549] Evans, A.J.. Escape and Liberation 1940-1945. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1945. First Edition. Hardback.. Good. No dustwrapper. 238pp. No inscriptions. Ex-Boots library (mark on front board where shield removed). No other library marks. Boards marked. 6.00

[6310] Everett, Susanne and Young, Brigadier Peter. The Two World Wars. London: W.H. Smith, 1982. First Thus. Hardback. Very Good+ in Very Good d/w ISBN: 0861240596. Large 4to. 512pp. Numerous colour and monochrome illustrations. Introduced by John Keegan. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt. 8.00

[10820] Fergusson, Bernard. Wavell Portrait of a Soldier. London: Collins, 1961. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Very Good in dustwrapper 96pp. 6 illustrations. No inscriptions. Original red cloth gilt. 7.00

[457] Field-Marshal Viscount Montgomery of Alamein. A Concise History of Warfare. London: Collins, 1972. First concise edition. Hardback.. Very Good+ in Very Good+ d/w Name on endpaper. 5.00

[14546] Fielden, Philip. Swings and Roundabouts. Privately Published, 1991. First Edition. Hardback. Fine / Very Good+. ISBN: 095171550X. 182pp. Illustrated with colour and black and white plates. Map. Map endpapers. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper price intact. Brown cloth gilt. 8.00

[4666] Fortescue, The Hon. John. Wellington. London: Williams and Northgate, 1925. First Edition. Hardback. Good. No dustwrapper. xiv, 247pp. Portrait frontispiece. 3 folding maps. Name/date [1926] on endpaper. Blue cloth gilt, rubbed, lower corner of boards damp marked, spine cockled, contents clean. 8.00

[2617] Francis, Clare. The Commanding Sea - Six Voyages of Discovery. London: BBC/Pelham, 1981. First Edition. Hardback.. Fine in near fine d/w ISBN: 0720713072. 4to. 280pp. Numerous colour and monochrome illustrations. Inscription on endpaper. 8.00

[6350] Geraghty, Tony. Who Dares Wins - The Story of the Special Air Service 1950-1980. London: Arms and Armour Press, 1981. 6th Impression. Hardback. Fine in near fine d/w ISBN: 085368457X. 249pp. Illustrated. 10 maps. No inscriptions. Brown cloth gilt. 4.00

[14893] Goff, Stanley and Sanders, Robert with Smith, Clark. Brothers - Black Soldiers in the Nam. Novato, CA/London: Presidio/Arms & Armour, 1982. First Edition. Hardback. Fine / Fine. ISBN: 0853685649. xvi, 201pp. 16 illustrations. Map. No incsriptions. Dustwrapper price intact. Black and ochre cloth gilt. 12.00

[7869] Goldsmith-Carter, George. Sailing Ships & Sailing Craft. London: Paul Hamlyn, 1969. First Edition. Paperback. Good+. ISBN: 0600001164. 160pp. Illustrated in colour by Bill Robertshaw. No inscriptions. 3.00

[10474] Guedalla, Philip. Middle East 1940-1942 - A Study in Air Power. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1944. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good / No dustwrapper.. 237pp. 4 portraits. 8 maps. Map endpapers. Decorations by Geoff Jones. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt. 4.00

[13460] Guedalla, Philip. Middle East 1940-1942 - A Study in Air Power. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1944. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good / No dustwrapper.. 237pp. 4 portraits. 8 maps. Map endpapers. Decorations by Geoff Jones. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt. 4.00

[13343] Hammerton, Sir John [editor]. Aerial Wonders of Our Time. London: Amalgamated Press, First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. No date. 804pp. Index with list of errata. Illustrated with numerous photographs and diagrams. No inscriptions. Green cloth, front board with silver blocked aeroplane illustration, top of spine worn. A very nice copy. NOTE : Massive tome weighing 2.6kg - please ask for shipping quote before ordering. 40.00

[6239] Harris, John. Without Trace - The last voyages of eight ships. London: Book Club Associates, 1992. Reprint. Hardback. Very Good+ in Very Good+ d/w 244pp. Illustrated. 7 maps. Map endpapers.No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt, page edges slightly browned o/w Fine/Fine 6.00

[1521] Haswell, Jock. Famous Regiments : The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) (The 2nd Regiment of Foot). London: Hamish Hamilton, 1967. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good in Very Good d/w. ISBN: B0000CNOUG. 153pp. Introduction by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks. Name on endpaper. 10.00

[5018] Hay, Ian. Getting Together. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1917. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 87pp.British and American attitudes to the First World War. No inscriptions. Cloth sunned, endpapers foxed. 10.00

[6309] Heiferman, Ronald. World War II. London: Peerage Books, Hardback. Very Good in Very Good d/w ISBN: 0907408044. Large 4to. 256pp. Numerous colour and monochrome illustrations. Edited by S.L. Meyer. No inscriptions. Black cloth, silver lettering. 6.00

[9952] Hilton, Frank. The Paras. London: BBC, 1983. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0563200995. 248pp. Illustrated. No inscriptions. Red cloth, silver lettering. 4.00

[14538] Hollis, General Sir Leslie. One Marine's Tale. London: Andre Deutsch, 1956. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good / Good+. 18pp. 4 illustrations. Foreword by General Lord Ismay. Bookplate and inscription on endpaper. Dustwrapper worn on edges, price clipped. Blue cloth gilt. 6.00

[13975] Hough, Richard. Former Naval Person : Churchill and the Wars at Sea. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1985. First Edition. Hardback.. Fine / Very Good. ISBN: 0297787063. vii, 244pp. Illustrated. Map. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper price-clipped. Blue cloth gilt. 4.00

[11607] Jarman, Colin and Beavis, Bill. Modern Rope Seamanship - Synthetic and Natural Fibres. London: Adlard Coles, 1983. Second Edition. Hardback. Fine in near fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0229116442. vii, 124pp. Illustrated with photographs and line drawings. No inscriptions. Original blue cloth gilt. 8.00

[10858] Jefferson, David. Brittany and Channel Islands Cruising Guide : Cherbourg to St. Nazaire, The Channel Islands and Brittany Canals. London: Adlard Coles Nautical, 1991. Third Edition. Hardback. Very Good ISBN: 0713634170. 208pp. Illustrated. Maps. No inscriptions. Original pictorial laminated boards. 12.00

[1077] Johnson, H.V. (Chairman). Australian War Memorial, Canberra. Australian War Memorial Board of Management, 1948. Eighth Edition. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 116pp. Folding plan. Inscription on endpaper. 4.00

[10821] Kiernan, R.H.. Wavell. London: George G. Harrap, 1946. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Very Good in dustwrapper 221pp. 7 half-tone illustrations. 6 maps. Name on endpaper. Origirbnal red cloth. 7.00

[12643] Kinross, John. Walking & Exploring The Battlefields of Britain. London: David & Charles, 1993. Reprint. Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0715391801. No inscriptions. 5.00

[7014] Knight, W. Stanley Macbean. The History of the Great European War - Its Causes and Effects. Volume III. London: Caxton Publishing Company, Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. x, 208pp. 2 coloured plates. 2 coloured maps. 12 monochrome plates. 11 maps and illustrations in the text. No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt, rubbed/bumped, slight foxing. 5.00

[12518] Laffin, John [editor]. Letters from the Front, 1914-1918. London: J.M. Dent, 1973. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in Good+ d/w. ISBN: 0460078542. 135pp. No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt. 5.00

[10866] Lee, Asher. The Soviet Air Force. London: Duckworth, 1961. Third Edition Revised & Enlarged. Hardback. Very Good in dustwrapper 288pp. 8 illustrations. no ionscriptions. Original red cloth gilt. 10.00

[13439] Lindbergh, Anne Morrow. Listen to the Wind. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1938. First Edition (stated). Hardback. Very Good. / No dustwrapper.. xii, 275pp. Foreword and Map drawings by Charles Lindbergh. No inscriptions. Red cloth with gilt blocked aeroplane on front board. The story of a survey flight round the North Atlantic Ocean in 1933. 8.00

[13488] Longmate, Norman. The Real Dad's Army: The Story of the Home Guard. London: Arrow Books, 1974. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. ISBN: 009909830X. 128pp. Illustrated.No inscriptions. 3.00

[13411] Ludendorff, General. The Coming War. London: Faber & Faber, 1931. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good+. / Good.. 176pp. 2 folding maps. No inscriptions. Loss at top of rear panel of dustwrapper [7cm by 4cm triangle]. Red cloth gilt. A very bright copy in the scarce dustwrapper. 180.00

[10334] Macfall, Major Haldane. Germany at Bay. London: Cassell, 1917. First Edition. Hardback. Good xii, 304pp. 2 portaits. 7 maps [2 folding]. No dustwrapper. Name/date [1919] and presentation bookplate. Black cloth, endpapers cracked, hinges sound. 8.00

[15753] Mackenzie, Colonel A.R.D.. Mutiny Memoirs being Personal Reminiscences of the Great Sepoy Revolt of 1857. Allahabad: Pioneer Press, 1892. Second Edition. Hardback. Good+ 213pp. iv pp. Index. 2pp. Opinions of the Press. 6 photographic plates. Inscription on front paste-down " Dora Wasbrough from her Afft. Uncle W.A. Sanford July 1892. The reminder of his youngest brother & her uncle Captain Sanford ". Captain Sandford is mentioned many times including a description of the action when he was killed. He is described by the author as ' my friend and comrade' and 'one of the most gallant gentlemen that ever buckled on a sword-belt'. He had taken over command of a detachment the 5th Punjab Cavalry from Younghusband and was killed in an assault near Lucknow on 10th March 1858. An unusual Association copy of this scarce title. Half red morocco gilt, loss of 1cm at top of spine, contents VG. 1,000.00

[12421] Masters, David. With Pennants Flying - the immortal deeds of the Royal Armoured Corps. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1943. First Edition. Hardback. Reading copy. No dustwrapper. 200pp. Illustrated. Name on endpaper. Orange cloth, rubbed/marked/worn. 5.00

[2555] Ministry of Information. Roof Over Britain - The Official Story of Britains' Anti-Aircraft Defencess 1939-1942. London: H.M.S.O., 1943. First Edition. Paperback. Good. 8pp. Illustrated. Name/date [1943] on title page. 3.00

[4300] Ministry of Information. Fleet Air Arm. London: HMSO, 1943. First Edition. Paperback. Good 4to.127pp. Illustrated. No inscriptions. Illustrated wrappers, thumbed. 4.00

[10681] Mondey, David. Aircraft - An All Colour Story of Modern Flight. London: Octopus, 1973. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in dustwrapper ISBN: 0706402715. 4to. 104pp. Over 150 illustrations in full colour. No inscriptions. Original pictorial grey cloth. 6.00

[11672] Money, David. The St. Michael Pictorial History of Aircraft. London: Sundial, 1978. 4th Impression. Hardback. Very Good in dustwrapper.. ISBN: 0904230112. 4to. 128pp. 148 illustrations. No inscriptions. Original green illustrated cloth. 6.00

[2367] Montgomery, Field-Marshal The Viscount. The Memoirs. London: Collins, 1958. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good in Good+ d/w ISBN: B0000CKV2E. 574pp. Numerous illustrations and maps. No inscriptions. 5.00

[14536] Moorehead Alan. The Traitors : The Double Life of Fuchs, Pontecorvo, and Nunn May. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1952. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good / No dustwrapper. 222pp. 4 illustrations. Red cloth gilt, spine sunned. 4.00

[14639] Moorehead, Alan.
Montgomery. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1946. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good / Good. 255pp. 16 illustrations. 5 maps. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper worn/chipped, price intact. Brown cloth gilt. 4.00

[7539] Mordal, Jacques. 25 Centuries of Sea Warfare. London: Abbey Library, 1970. Hardback. Near fine in Good+ d/w xix, 419pp. Numerous photographs and drawings and maps by Michel Fontaine. Translated by Len Ortzen. Dustwrapper slight edge wear. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt. 6.00

[4667] Mosley, Leonard. Backs To The Wall - London Under Fire 1939-45. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1971. First Edition. Hardback. Good+ in Good+ d/w xiv,397pp. Illustrated. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt, marked o/w VG. 8.00

[9008] Netherton, Les. How to go Aeromodelling. Wellingborough: Patrick Stephens, 1984. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0850596653. 216pp. 199 illustrations. Dustwrapper price-clipped. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt. 12.00

[10465] Newman, Bernard. Middle Eastern Journey. London: Victor Gollancz, 1947. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 306pp.45 illustrations. Map. No inscriptions. Green cloth gilt, page edges foxed.. 4.00

[459] Oman, Carola. Britain Against Napoleon. London: Faber & Faber, 1942. First Edition. Hardback. Good+ . No dustwrapper. 372pp. Inscription in pencil erased. Red-brown cloth gilt, corners bumped, shelf-sunned o/w VG. 6.00

[2589] Parkyn, Major H.G.. Rifle Brigade Chronicle for 1950. London: Rifle Brigade Club & Association, 1951. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. v, 199pp. 11 iIllustrations. No inscriptions. Decorated black cloth gilt. 8.00

[1224] Plowden, J.M.C.. Once in Sinai. London: Methuen, 1940. First Edition. Hardback.. Good. No dustwrapper. xv,302pp. Illustrations. Foldling map. Foreword by Major C,S, Jarvis. Captain's name in pencil and stamp of German Prison Camp Oflag VII B on ffep. Boards rubbed, endpapers cracked. 30.00

[2451] Ramsey, Guy (editor). Epic Stories of the Second World War. London: Odhams Press, 1962. Reprint. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. ISBN: B0000CJY1D. 318pp. Contributions form P.R. Reid, Guy Gibson, Paul Brickhill and many others. No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt, half-title and title page badly trimmed. 3.00

[2619] Rappoport, Dr. Angelo S.. Superstitions of Sailors. London: Stanley Paul, Hardback.. Good+. No dustwrapper. ND. 287pp. Frontispiece (edges frayed). 8 further plates. Armorial bookplate. Original cloth gilt, shelf sunned, scattered foxing. 18.00

[13479] Regan, Geoffrey. Backfire: A History of Friendly Fire from Ancient Warfare to the 21st Century. London: Robson, 2002. First Edition. Paperback. Fine. ISBN: 1861055013. No inscriptions. 3.00

[2613] Royal Navy Submarine Service. H.M.S. Alliance Submarine Memorial. Paperback. Very Good. ND. [ca 1980]. Pamphlet. 15pp. Illustrated covers. Colour and monochrome illustrations. No inscriptions. 6.00

[1415] Selby, John. The Thin Red Line - The Story of the Battle of Balaclava told by some of those who were there. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1970. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good+. No dustwrapper. ISBN: 0241019001. 257pp. 6 colour plates. 58 black & white plates. 12 maps (one in colour). Map endpapers. No inscriptions. 6.00

[15754] Seton- Watson, R.W. ; Wilson, J. Dover ; Zimmern, Alfred E. ; Greenwood, Arthur. The War and Democracy. London: Macmillan, 1916. 8th Impression. Hardback. Very Good / No dustwrapper. xiv, 390pp. 2pp. Press opinions. 8 maps [1 folding]. Name on endpaper. Red cloth, 8.00

[4298] Wilson, Evan M.. Jerusalem, Key To Peace - The James Terry Duce Memorial Series Volume II. Washington: The Middle East Institute, 1970. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in Very Good d/w ISBN: 0916808084). xi,176pp. 6 illustrations. 4 maps. Map endpapers. No inscriptions. Brown cloth gilt, 14.00

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