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British and German Ideals. The Meaning of War. I: The Schism of Europe, II: Germany and the Prussian Spirit, III: The Austro-Serbian Dispute.
Reprinted from the September 1914 and March 1915 numbers of "The Round Table" a Quarterly Review of Politics and the British Empire.
8vo., orig. printed wrappers, 119pp. Som minor wear o/w near fine.

$45     Book Number: 7202         Order / Enquire

British, German And Italian Aircraft. How To Spot Them. 320 Drawings and Photographs With Descriptions.
London: Hutchinson & Co., (1941).
Sm.8vo., cloth, 96pp. Very good.

$50     Book Number: 32118         Order / Enquire

Documents Concerning German-Polish Relations and the Outbreak of Hostilities Between Great Britain and Germany on September 3, 1939. Miscellaneous No. 9 (1939).
London: Printed by His Majesty's Stationery Office...... 1939.
Tall 8vo., orig. printed wrappers, xxviii, 195pp. Spine discolored with some wear but certainly very good.

$35     Book Number: 21450         Order / Enquire

Documents Relative To The European War Comprising Orders In Council, Cablegrams, Correspondence, and Speeches Delivered in Imperial House of Commons.
Ottawa: PRinted by J. De L Tache..... 1914.
Tall 8vo., orig. printed wrappers, 167, 6, pp. Fine.

$50     Book Number: 7205         Order / Enquire

Maritime Capture. Shall England Uphold the Capture of Private Property a Sea? By A Lawyer. (pseud).
London: Trubner and Co., 1866.
Tall 8vo., orig. self wrappers, 40pp. A bit dusty o/w a nice copy.

$75     Book Number: 10087         Order / Enquire

ALBION, Robert Greenhalgh.
Naval & Maritime History An Annotated Bibliography.
Mystic: Munson Institute of American Maritime History/Marine Historical Association, 1972. Fourth edition, revised and expanded.
Cloth. Fine without d/w as published.

$75     Book Number: 16173         Order / Enquire

Ten Years With The Army and Navy.
(New York: Army and Navy Department of the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations, 1909).
Tall 8vo., cont. leather spine, cloth, 72pp. Fine.
An account of this association within the U.S. army during a ten year period from 1898.

$75     Book Number: 3588         Order / Enquire

Life of General Gordon.
Edinburgh: Religious Tract Society, 1884.
8vo., full cont. black morocco, raised bands, gilt compartments, gilt decoration on covers, A.E.G., 319pp. Inscription, pages slightly browned o/w a near fine copy.

$185     Book Number: 19453         Order / Enquire

Memorials of Captain Hedley Vicars, Ninety-Seventh Regiment.
London: James Nisbet, 1879. New edition.
Small 8vo., orig. red cloth, 176, (4)pp. Inner hinges cracked, cloth stained, a good copy only.

$100     Book Number: 11303         Order / Enquire

ARTHUR, George.
The Story of the Household Cavalry.
London: Archibald Constable and Company, 1909. In two volumes. First edition. (a third volume was issued in 1922).
4to., xviii, (1)-400, (401)-777pp.
A fine, attractive set.
In the preface the author states his "aim throughout has been to depict the history and career of the Lifeguards, Horse Grenadier Guards, and Royal Horse Guards, not as isolated from their milieu, but amid the circumstances and under the conditions in which they have continually lived and moved and had their being."

$1250     Book Number: 3600         Order / Enquire

BARNES, R. Money.
A History of the Regiments & Uniforms of the British Army.
London: Seeley Service & Co., (1954). Third edition.
Cloth, (336)pp. Name o/w fine.

$50     Book Number: 3578         Order / Enquire

BAUER, Louis Hopewell.
Aviation Medicine........
London: Oxford University Press, (1943).
Tall 8vo., orig. maroon cloth, pp.542-595. Near fine.

$75     Book Number: 26272         Order / Enquire

BECK, Henry Houghton.
Cuba's Fight for Freedom. War With Spain.
Philadelphia: Globe Bible Publishing, nd. (190-?) Two books in one volume as issued.
8vo., orig. pcitorial blue cloth, 569pp. Silver flaked off, some light rubbing, a very good copy.

$75     Book Number: 28362         Order / Enquire

BOTELER, John Harvey Captain.
Recollections Of My Sea Life.
London: Diprose and bateman...... 1883. First edition. "For Private Circulation." With a presentation inscription reading "Edgar Boteler Kenrick With the Author's affectionate love, Tonbridge Sept. 1883."
Tall 8vo., orig. blue cloth, (4), 260pp. With the errata slip. Spine slightly cocked with some rubbing to the ends o/w a near fine copy of a scarce book.

$850     Book Number: 28460         Order / Enquire

English Seaman Under the Tudors.
London: Richard Bentley, 1868. In two volumes. First edition.
8vo., in a contemporary prize binding, of bright blue cloth with elaborate gilt decoration on the upper covers and spine, A.E.G., with "Stepney Grammar School BOW" stamped in gilt on the upper cover of each volume, (xiii), 304, ix, 314, (2) Bookplate o/w a fine, bright copy.
The author states "I have attempted to set forth all that is most memorable in the careers of the great leaders of English navigation and English sea fighting under the Tudors...."

$300     Book Number: 3593         Order / Enquire

The Year of Battles: Or The Franco-German War of 1870-71. ....With Mapss, Plans of Battles, and Numerous Portraits, Illustratioins, and Battle Scenes by Christian Weber.
New York: J.W. Goodspeed, 1871.
Tall 8vo., orig. cloth, 404pp. Some wear, a good copy only.

$65     Book Number: 7201         Order / Enquire

BRYANT, Arthur.
Dunkirk (A Memorial).
Toronto: Macmillan, 1943. First Canadian edition. "All profits are to be devoted to The Daily Sketch War Relief Fund."
Sm.8vo., orig. wrappers, 16pp. About fine.

$75     Book Number: 20872         Order / Enquire

CHAPPLE, Joe Mitchell.
"We'll STick To the Finish!" "C'est La Guerre."....A Voice from the Solders and Sailors Overseas People and Places Visited in the War Zones.
Boston: Chapple Publishing Co., 1918. First edition. With a presentation inscription from the author.
Tall 8vo., orig. cloth, 303pp.
Near fine.

$75     Book Number: 25865         Order / Enquire

Henry Clifford V.C. His Letters From the Crimea. WIth an Introduction by General Sir Bernard Paget.
London: Michael Joseph, (1956). First edition.
Tall 8vo., cloth, 288pp.
Fine in a very good d/w.
Henry Clifford, an officer in the Rilfe Brigade, sent regularly form the Crimea many letters which were circulated among his numerous relatives. First commissioned to the Rifle Brigade in 1846 he served in South Africa and was awarded the Victoria Cross for his part at the Battle of Inkerman.

$75     Book Number: 25723         Order / Enquire

CONGREVE, Colonel.
The Details of the Rocket System: Shewing The Various Applications of This Weapon, Both for Sea and Land Service........
Ottawa: Museum Restoration Service, 1970. 1 of 850 copies. Facsimile of the edition of 1814.
4to., imitation leather, 85pp. Bookplate o/w fine.

$75     Book Number: 27205         Order / Enquire

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