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  1. Manual of Packing and Loading Drill;

    Manual of Packing and Loading Drill; 1883

    £8,250

    First and only edition. Rare. OCLC locates the BL copy solely, apparently a copy in the National Library of India, together with an otherwise unrecorded edition of 1886; but no copy traced at auction. A remarkable photographically illustrated handbook for transport officers serving in India …Read more

  2. Gallipoli Diary.
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    Gallipoli Diary. 1920

    £295

    First Edition. ” … fascinating and brilliantly-written … invaluable” (Falls). Account of the Dardanelles Campaign by its much disparaged commander. A very nice set, uncommon in the jackets. Read more

  3. Simple Rhymes for Stirring Times.
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    Simple Rhymes for Stirring Times. 1916

    £100

    First edition, first impression, of this second (and much scarcer – Copac lists only four locations in the UK) collection of war poems by Jessie Pope (1868-1941), who was well known for her children’s books and her jingoistic war poetry. She was the “certain poetess” …Read more

  4. Twelve Days.
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    Twelve Days. [1933]

    £375

    First edition, first impression. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper to one of his company officers, “To George Hall, with every good wish and in memory of so many happy days spent together in 1916-1917 from Sidney Rogerson, Nov 14th …Read more

  5. Revolt in the Desert.
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    Revolt in the Desert. 1927

    £1,250

    Presentation copy of the third impression, inscribed “To Brendy, Feb. 22. 1927, from Eric H. Kennington” on the front free endpaper, with an original sketch by Kennington of a baby’s face with a halo and angel wings. With a laid-in slip of Kennington’s Holly Copse …Read more

  6. The Theory of the Gyroscopic Compass and its Deviations.
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    The Theory of the Gyroscopic Compass and its Deviations. 1929

    £300

    First edition, first impression, of the author’s “pocket book” (Preface) chiefly intended for makers and users of gyrocompasses. A second edition was published in the US in 1944. Read more

  7. Catch-22. A Novel.
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    Catch-22. A Novel. 1961

    £9,750

    First edition, first printing. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, “To Everett Hoffman – With all good wishes from a copywriter at McCall’s to a copywriter at Cunningham & Walsh, and with the sincere hope that this book will give …Read more

  8. Good-Bye To All That
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    Good-Bye To All That 1929

    £325

    First edition, first impression, second issue, with the infamous Sassoon poem excised and replaced with cancels and asterisks. The story of the suppression of this issue is well recorded. The book printed a poem Sassoon had written to Graves as a letter. Sassoon was horrified …Read more

  9. How to Pay for the War.
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    How to Pay for the War. 1940

    £100

    First edition, first impression. Read more

  10. Photomontagen zur Zeitgeschichte.
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    Photomontagen zur Zeitgeschichte. 1945

    £1,500

    First edition, inscribed by the author “To Douglas Newton, with best wishes, John Heartfield, London 1st June 1946” on the front free endpaper. Heartfield was born Helmut Herzfield but assumed an English name as a young political activist in Berlin during the Great War. The …Read more

  11. Crusade in Europe.
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    Crusade in Europe. 1948

    £150,000

    First edition, deluxe issue, number 555 of 1,426 copies; bound with a leaf that prints Eisenhower’s D-Day message to the troops, signed by Eisenhower. The leaf was inserted into each of the deluxe issues, though in many it is lacking, having been cannibalized for sale …Read more

  12. Richard Baird Smith.
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    Richard Baird Smith. 1897

    £250

    First edition. “In the last week of June [1857] Baird Smith was ordered to Delhi to be chief engineer, replacing the ineffective and unpopular Major John Laughton, Bengal Engineers … Baird Smith was brave, energetic, determined, and decisive, but also apparently, ‘querulous through ill-health’ … …Read more

  13. Colonel Sir Robert Sandeman:
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    Colonel Sir Robert Sandeman: 1895

    £200

    First edition of this uncommon and important biography. Sandeman began his career with the Bengal Infantry in 1856 and was later with Probyn’s Horse; during the Mutiny he was at the capture of Lucknow. From 1877 to 1892 he was governor-general’s agent for the newly …Read more

  14. The Military Memoirs of Lieut.-General Sir Joseph Thackwell.
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    The Military Memoirs of Lieut.-General Sir Joseph Thackwell. 1908

    £125

    First edition. Wylly was granted full access to Thackwell’s personal papers for attempt to rehabilitate his reputation after recent accounts had criticised his conduct in the Sikh campaigns. Thackwell (1781-1859) fought in the Peninsular War with a cavalry regiment and was wounded at Waterloo. He …Read more

  15. Memoirs of General Sir Henry Dermot Daly.
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    Memoirs of General Sir Henry Dermot Daly. 1905

    £95

    First edition. Daly’s memoir of his father “contains a large number of letters and journal entries tracing Daly’s military career as it was shaped before Multan in the Second Sikh War, the raising of irregular troops on the Punjab frontier, action int he Mutiny of …Read more

  16. Life of Field-Marshal Sir Neville Chamberlain.
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    Life of Field-Marshal Sir Neville Chamberlain. 1909

    £175

    First edition. Presentation copy from the publisher to Belgian-born political writer and French scholar Charles Saroléa, the title page with the partially effaced blind-stamp “with the publisher’s compliments”, Saroléa’s ownership inscription, and the blind-stamp of the University of Keele, who acquired about half his library, …Read more

  17. The Campaign in Tirah 1897-1898.
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    The Campaign in Tirah 1897-1898. 1898

    £160

    First edition. “Hutchinson’s in-the-scene report offers a detailed account of the many skirmishes and battles which made up this campaign. In comparison to the letters of Churchill of the Malakand Field Force, Hutchinson grasped for detailed while Churchill sought the impression” (Riddick). Read more

  18. The Western Front. Drawings.
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    The Western Front. Drawings. November 1916 - October 1917

    £800

    First edition, complete as published in the original monthly parts, of Muirhead Bone’s Western Front series, which contains the first iterations of his over 200 war images, selections from which were then reproduced in separate “deluxe” portfolios like the War Drawings. These parts issues were …Read more

  19. The First Afghan War and its Causes.
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    The First Afghan War and its Causes. 1879

    £750

    First edition, the Durand family copy of this “heavy, detailed account of British-Afghan relations preceding the war and of the war itself up to March of 1842” (Wilber), inscribed by the editor, Durand’s son (Henry) Mortimer, in the margin of page vii, “Jo’s first exam[inatio]n …Read more

  20. A Frontier Campaign.
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    A Frontier Campaign. 1898

    £125

    First edition of this important eyewitness account. Dunmore, credited as Viscount Fincastle (a courtesy title he used until 1907), served in the campaign as a lieutenant with the 16th Lancers, and was also the official correspondent for The Times. He was awarded the Victoria Cross …Read more

  21. Lieut-General Sir James Outram’s Campaign in India, 1857–1858;
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    Lieut-General Sir James Outram’s Campaign in India, 1857–1858; 1860

    £1,500

    First UK edition, greatly improved and expanded from the unprocurable Calcutta edition of 1858, and “printed for presentation to personal friends of Sir James Outram, who begs that it may be regarded as a private communication, and not a publication” (title page). It remains uncommon: …Read more

  22. Field-Marshal Sir Donald Stewart.
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    Field-Marshal Sir Donald Stewart. 1903

    £100

    First edition. Stewart (1824-1900) succeeded Sir Frederick Haines as commander-in-chief of India in 1881, remaining in the post until retirement in 1885. He began his career as ensign in the 9th Bengal native infantry in 1940, and served on the Afghan frontier (the Mohmand expedition …Read more

  23. Lockhart’s Advance Through Tirah.
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    Lockhart’s Advance Through Tirah. 1898

    £125

    First edition. “In 1897 Lockhart was placed in command of the 40,000 strong Tirah expeditionary force, after Afridis attacked British outposts along the north-west frontier during the most serious outbreak of resistance to British rule in India since the mutiny. During the difficult extended fighting …Read more

  24. Recollections of a Highland Subaltern.
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    Recollections of a Highland Subaltern. 1898

    £150

    First and only edition. Alexander maintained a diary throughout the Mutiny, in which his regiment, the 93rd Highlanders, achieved lasting fame, serving in the relief of Lucknow and later returning to besiege and capture the city after assisting Windham at Cawnpore. They then fought under …Read more

  25. The Life of Field-Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines.
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    The Life of Field-Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines. 1911

    £125

    First and only edition of the authorised biography of Haines (1819-1909), whose glittering career began in earnest under Lord Gough, whom he served as secretary in both wars against the Sikhs. in the First Sikh War hewas at Mudki before being wounded at Ferozshah; …Read more

  26. The Indian Frontier War.
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    The Indian Frontier War. 1898

    £125

    First edition. James was Reuter’s special correspondent on Lockhart’s campaign against the Orakzai and Tirah Afridis in 1897. His narrative “catches such telling details as the dry water bottle [and] the Maxim’s effectiveness, [and is] effectively complemented by a series of maps, etchings and photographs” …Read more

  27. The Prof.

    The Prof. 1959

    £85

    First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: “To Robert [Blake] from Roy, 4.ix.59”. Read more

  28. My African Journey.

    My African Journey. 1908

    £650

    First edition, first impression. My African Journey was the first book to derive purely from Churchill’s journalism, as distinct from his work as a war correspondent. Before embarking he signed an extremely lucrative contract for the publication of a series of articles in The Strand, …Read more

  29. The Mint.

    The Mint. 1955

    £200

    First UK trade edition, first impression. Together with a limited edition of 2,000 copies, this UK edition was preceded by the 1936 US edition, intended purely to establish copyright with only 50 copies printed and ten of these offered for sale, at the prohibitive price …Read more

  30. The Waste Land.

    The Waste Land. 1922

    £2,750

    First edition, first printing, second state binding in stiff boards with the numbers in the colophon 2 mm in height. Read more

  31. A Narrative of the Operations of a Small British Force, under the Command of Brigadier-General Sir Samuel Auchmuty,

    A Narrative of the Operations of a Small British Force, under the Command of Brigadier-General Sir Samuel Auchmuty, 1807

    £2,500

    First and only edition, decidedly uncommon, only two copies on Copac – BL and Cambridge, which copy is listed twice – OCLC adds just seven world-wide. Sir Samuel Auchmuty (1758–1822) was born in New York, the son of the Rector of Trinity Church. His family …Read more

  32. The Caine Mutiny.

    The Caine Mutiny. 1951

    £200

    First edition, first printing. The Pulitzer prize-winning novel spent 122 weeks on the New York Times best seller list from August 1951 to August 1953. The novel is based on Wouk’s personal experiences aboard a destroyer-minesweeper in the Pacific in World War II and deals …Read more

  33. [The complete Hornblower:]

    [The complete Hornblower:] 1937–67

    £3,950

    First editions, first impressions. Forester (real name Cecil Smith) was called to Hollywood to write a pirate film, working under Arthur Hornblower. However, before they had finished the script, another studio released Captain Blood, starring Errol Flynn, and using the same historical incidents that they …Read more

  34. My Service in the Indian Army — and after.

    My Service in the Indian Army — and after. 1904

    £375

    First and only edition. Vaughan’s memoirs “reflect a higher than usual level of intelligence in their account of thirty years of army service and subsequent period as The Times’ military correspondent in India” (Riddick) . Expelled from Rugby School by Dr Arnold for drunkenness, he …Read more

  35. Chitrál.

    Chitrál. 1898

    £75

    Second edition, the year after the first. “The responsibility over the weeks of the siege rested with Robertson as political officer, with Captain Colin Powys Campbell, badly wounded, and Captain Charles Vere Ferrers Townsend in military command. Robertson’s diary provides a record of endurance and …Read more

  36. Twelve Years of a Soldier’s Life in India:

    Twelve Years of a Soldier’s Life in India: 1859

    £250

    Second edition, the same year as the first, of this account of Hodson’s “activities as a young cavalry subaltern in the First and Second Sikh Wars, his role in the governing of the Punjab under Sir Henry Lawrence, and his leadership during the Mutiny of …Read more

  37. General Sir Alex Taylor: His Times, His Friends, and His Work.

    General Sir Alex Taylor: His Times, His Friends, and His Work. 1913

    £200

    First edition. Sir Alexander Taylor (1826-1912) served in India during the Sikh Wars, where he built a bridge over the Sutlej aiding troop movement to Lahore, and Indian Mutiny, where he was directing engineer at the siege of Delhi, and played a leading role in …Read more

  38. The Life of John Nicholson, Soldier and Administrator.

    The Life of John Nicholson, Soldier and Administrator. 1897

    £375

    First edition of the “standard biography of Nicholson” (Sorsky), whose actions during the Indian Mutiny, and his death at the head of the main-storming party in the assault on Delhi, ensured that he was remembered as “a Victorian imperial hero, ‘the saviour of Delhi'” (ODNB). …Read more

  39. Records of The Intelligence Department of The Government of the North-West Provinces of India during the Mutiny of 1857,

    Records of The Intelligence Department of The Government of the North-West Provinces of India during the Mutiny of 1857, 1902

    £1,250

    First edition of this uncommon work. Muir’s intelligence correspondence during the Mutiny, now deposited in Edinburgh University Library, remain an “important source for understanding the nature and course of the rising up to January 1858” (ODNB). Muir arrived in India in 1837 and was posted …Read more

  40. The Life and Campaigns of Hugh First Viscount Gough Field-Marshal.

    The Life and Campaigns of Hugh First Viscount Gough Field-Marshal. 1903

    £200

    First edition. “The only full-length biography” (Bruce) of the man “said to have commanded in more general actions than any other British officer of the nineteenth century except the Duke of Wellington” (ODNB). Gough (1779-1869) was gazetted lieutenant in 1795, and posted to the 78th …Read more

  41. The Second World War.

    The Second World War. [1955]

    £450

    The Chartwell Edition, issued on the completion of the first edition (1948–54) of Churchill’s masterly account of the Second World War, includes the author’s last revisions and is also fully illustrated. It was published at £12 9s 6d or 13 guineas by subscription, the standard …Read more

  42. The Second World War.

    The Second World War. [1955]

    £750

    The Chartwell Edition, not in the standard red cloth, but in the uncommon deluxe binding of “moderate blue” quarter morocco. Issued on the completion of the first edition (1948–54) of Churchill’s masterly account of the Second World War, this edition includes the author’s last revisions …Read more

  43. The Tale of the Great Persian War from the Histories of Herodotus.

    The Tale of the Great Persian War from the Histories of Herodotus. 1861

    £200

    First edition. Attractive copy of one of the author’s historical works “which were widely read and much admired at the time but were not of permanent scholarly significance” (ODNB). Classical Examination Prize bookplate made out to C.W.C. Oman to the front pastedown. Charles Oman, best …Read more

  44. A History of The Art of War in the Sixteenth Century.

    A History of The Art of War in the Sixteenth Century. 1937

    £275

    First edition. A continuation of Sir Charles Oman’s earlier work “Art of War in the Middle Ages”, this copy inscribed to his son Charles Chichele Oman, on the front free endpaper; “C.C.O. from C.W.C.O., 25.5.37”. The author was an historian, a fellow of All Souls’ …Read more

  45. A Brief Record of The Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force

    A Brief Record of The Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force 1919

    £4,000

    First edition, first impression, more commonly found in buff paper wrappers, O’Brien commenting that only “a few copies” were bound in cloth, scarce in this state. A “collaborator’s copy” bearing the name of Lieut. Col. G.E. Badcock on the official compliments slip pasted to …Read more

  46. Typed letter signed to the Lord Chancellor relating to appeasement:

    Typed letter signed to the Lord Chancellor relating to appeasement: 3 August 1939,

    £350

    One month to the day before the declaration of war Rab Butler writes to the Lord Chancellor: “the description of the Czechoslovak crisis might at this date be rather cut down”. A fascinating glimpse into the “corridors of power” during a momentous period in 20th …Read more

  47. The Mutiny in Sialkot.

    The Mutiny in Sialkot. 1924

    £400

    First and only edition. Stated print-run of 1,000 copies. Extremely uncommon, just three locations on Copac (NLS, BL and Oxford); OCLC adds three more copies (Australian Defence Force Academy, Universities of Toronto and Minnesota). “Rich attempts to preserve what information remained concerning events at Sialkot” …Read more

  48. With the Zionists in Gallipoli.

    With the Zionists in Gallipoli. 1916

    £75

    First edition. Account of the services of the Zion Mule Corps, which became the 38th Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers (also known as the Jewish Legion), in the Dardanelles; “This formation, about 500 strong, was equipped with pack mules for transport work it did during …Read more

  1. New Arrival
    Gallipoli Diary.
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    HAMILTON, Sir Ian. HAMILTON, Sir Ian.

    Gallipoli Diary.

    £295

  2. New Arrival
    Simple Rhymes for Stirring Times.
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    POPE, Jessie. POPE, Jessie.

    Simple Rhymes for Stirring Times.

    £100

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    Revolt in the Desert.
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    LAWRENCE, T. E. LAWRENCE, T. E.

    Revolt in the Desert.

    £1,250

  5. New Arrival
    The Theory of the Gyroscopic Compass and its Deviations.
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    RAWLINGS, A. L. RAWLINGS, A. L.

    The Theory of the Gyroscopic Compass and its Deviations.

    £300

  6. New Arrival
    Catch-22. A Novel.
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    HELLER, Joseph. HELLER, Joseph.

    Catch-22. A Novel.

    £9,750

  7. New Arrival
    Good-Bye To All That
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    GRAVES, Robert. GRAVES, Robert.

    Good-Bye To All That

    £325

  8. New Arrival
    How to Pay for the War.
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    KEYNES, John Maynard. KEYNES, John Maynard.

    How to Pay for the War.

    £100

  9. New Arrival
    Photomontagen zur Zeitgeschichte.
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    HEARTFIELD, John. HEARTFIELD, John.

    Photomontagen zur Zeitgeschichte.

    £1,500

  10. New Arrival
    Crusade in Europe.
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    EISENHOWER, Dwight D. EISENHOWER, Dwight D.

    Crusade in Europe.

    £150,000

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    Colonel Sir Robert Sandeman:
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    THORNTON, Thomas Henry. THORNTON, Thomas Henry.

    Colonel Sir Robert Sandeman:

    £200

  13. New Arrival
    The Military Memoirs of Lieut.-General Sir Joseph Thackwell.
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    WYLLY, Harold Carmichael. WYLLY, Harold Carmichael.

    The Military Memoirs of Lieut.-General Sir Joseph Thackwell.

    £125

  14. New Arrival
    Memoirs of General Sir Henry Dermot Daly.
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    DALY, Hugh. DALY, Hugh.

    Memoirs of General Sir Henry Dermot Daly.

    £95

  15. New Arrival
    Life of Field-Marshal Sir Neville Chamberlain.
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    FORREST, Sir George William. FORREST, Sir George...

    Life of Field-Marshal Sir Neville Chamberlain.

    £175

  16. New Arrival
    The Campaign in Tirah 1897-1898.
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    HUTCHINSON, Henry Doveton. HUTCHINSON, Henry Doveton.

    The Campaign in Tirah 1897-1898.

    £160

  17. New Arrival
    The Western Front. Drawings.
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    BONE, Muirhead. BONE, Muirhead.

    The Western Front. Drawings.

    £800

  18. New Arrival
    The First Afghan War and its Causes.
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    DURAND, Sir Henry Marion. DURAND, Sir Henry...

    The First Afghan War and its Causes.

    £750

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    Lieut-General Sir James Outram’s Campaign in India, 1857–1858;
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    OUTRAM, Sir James. OUTRAM, Sir James.

    Lieut-General Sir James Outram’s Campaign in India, 1857–1858;

    £1,500

  21. New Arrival
    Field-Marshal Sir Donald Stewart.
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    ELSMIE, George Robert (ed.) ELSMIE, George Robert...

    Field-Marshal Sir Donald Stewart.

    £100

  22. New Arrival
    Lockhart’s Advance Through Tirah.
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    SHADWELL, Leonard Julius. SHADWELL, Leonard Julius.

    Lockhart’s Advance Through Tirah.

    £125

  23. New Arrival
    Recollections of a Highland Subaltern.
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    ALEXANDER, William Gordon-. ALEXANDER, William Gordon-.

    Recollections of a Highland Subaltern.

    £150

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    The Life of Field-Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines.
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    RAIT, Robert S. RAIT, Robert S.

    The Life of Field-Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines.

    £125

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    The Indian Frontier War.
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    JAMES, Lionel. JAMES, Lionel.

    The Indian Frontier War.

    £125

  26. My African Journey.
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    CHURCHILL, Winston S. CHURCHILL, Winston S.

    My African Journey.

    £650

  27. The Waste Land.
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    ELIOT, T. S. ELIOT, T. S.

    The Waste Land.

    £2,750

  28. A Narrative of the Operations of a Small British Force, under the Command of Brigadier-General Sir Samuel Auchmuty,
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    TUCKER, John Goulston Price. TUCKER, John Goulston...

    A Narrative of the Operations of a Small British Force, under the Command of Brigadier-General Sir Samuel Auchmuty,

    £2,500

  29. The Caine Mutiny.
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    WOUK, Herman. WOUK, Herman.

    The Caine Mutiny.

    £200

  30. [The complete Hornblower:]
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    FORESTER, C. S. FORESTER, C. S.

    [The complete Hornblower:]

    £3,950

  31. My Service in the Indian Army — and after.
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    VAUGHAN, Sir J. Luther. VAUGHAN, Sir J....

    My Service in the Indian Army — and after.

    £375

  32. Twelve Years of a Soldier’s Life in India:
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    HODSON, George H. HODSON, George H.

    Twelve Years of a Soldier’s Life in India:

    £250

  33. General Sir Alex Taylor: His Times, His Friends, and His Work.
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    TAYLOR, A. Cameron. TAYLOR, A. Cameron.

    General Sir Alex Taylor: His Times, His Friends, and His Work.

    £200

  34. The Life of John Nicholson, Soldier and Administrator.
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    TROTTER, Lionel. TROTTER, Lionel.

    The Life of John Nicholson, Soldier and Administrator.

    £375

  35. Records of The Intelligence Department of The Government of the North-West Provinces of India during the Mutiny of 1857,
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    MUIR, Sir William. MUIR, Sir William.

    Records of The Intelligence Department of The Government of the North-West Provinces of India during the Mutiny of 1857,

    £1,250

  36. The Life and Campaigns of Hugh First Viscount Gough Field-Marshal.
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    RAIT, Robert S. RAIT, Robert S.

    The Life and Campaigns of Hugh First Viscount Gough Field-Marshal.

    £200

  37. The Second World War.
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    CHURCHILL, Winston S. CHURCHILL, Winston S.

    The Second World War.

    £450

  38. The Second World War.
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    CHURCHILL, Winston S. CHURCHILL, Winston S.

    The Second World War.

    £750

  39. The Tale of the Great Persian War from the Histories of Herodotus.
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    (OMAN, Sir Charles.) COX, George W.,... (OMAN, Sir Charles.)...

    The Tale of the Great Persian War from the Histories of Herodotus.

    £200

  40. A History of The Art of War in the Sixteenth Century.
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    OMAN, Sir Charles. OMAN, Sir Charles.

    A History of The Art of War in the Sixteenth Century.

    £275

  41. A Brief Record of The Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force
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    (LAWRENCE, T. E.) (LAWRENCE, T. E.)

    A Brief Record of The Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force

    £4,000

  42. Typed letter signed to the Lord Chancellor relating to appeasement:
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    BUTLER, Richard Austen "Rab". BUTLER, Richard Austen...

    Typed letter signed to the Lord Chancellor relating to appeasement:

    £350

  43. The Mutiny in Sialkot.
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    RICH, Gregory. RICH, Gregory.

    The Mutiny in Sialkot.

    £400

  44. With the Zionists in Gallipoli.
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    PATTERSON, J.H., Lt.-Colonel. PATTERSON, J.H., Lt.-Colonel.

    With the Zionists in Gallipoli.

    £75

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