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Drummer Hodge:  The Poetry of the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902)
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Drummer Hodge: The Poetry of the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902)

By Smith, M. Van Wyk

Oxford: Oxford University Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Foot of spine bumped, jacket . price-clipped and lightly rubbed. 1978. First Printing. Hardcover. 0198120826 . Blue cloth. xviii, 354 pages. Black and white photos, selected bibliography and index. A study of poetic themes relating to pacifism, compassionate treatment for soldiers, and imperialism. .

$10.00

The Vanguard of American Volunteers:  In the Fighting Lines and in  Humanitarian Service, August, 1914 - April, 1917
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The Vanguard of American Volunteers: In the Fighting Lines and in Humanitarian Service, August, 1914 - April, 1917

By Morse, Edwin W.

NY: Charles Scribner's Sons. Very Good with no dust jacket; Spine sunned.. 1922. First Edition; Later Printing. Hardcover. Blue cloth binding, photos. Index. Chapters about American volunteer soldiers and civilians involved in World War I. ; American in the War; 281 pages .

$15.00

Anzac Memories:  Living with the Legend
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Anzac Memories: Living with the Legend

By Thomason, Alistair

Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 1994. First Printing. Hardcover. 0195534913 . Green boards. vi, 282 pages. Black and white illustrations, appendixes, notes, select bibliography, and index. An examination of the Anzac legend which explores many aspects of the WWI experience and its effects on Australian national character. .

$25.00

Britain and the Great War 1914-1918
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Britain and the Great War 1914-1918

By Bourne, J. M.

London: Edward Arnold. Very Good; Edges rubbed.. 1989. 1st Paperback printing. Softcover. 0713165235 . xi, 257 pages. Black and white maps, photos, illustrations, and index. A detailed study of the British experience in the Great War focusing on the impact of the demands of the British Army on the whole of British life. .

$12.00

The Middle Parts of Fortune: Somme and Ancre, 1916
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The Middle Parts of Fortune: Somme and Ancre, 1916

By Manning, Frederic

London: Buchan & Engeifhr. Very Good; Small area of damage on rear cover from sticker removal.. 1986. 1st Pb printing. Softcover. 0907675557 . vii, 247 pages. A first-hand account, originally published in 1929, of the daily struggles of the infantryman on the Western Front during World War I and the extraordinary brotherhood of trench warfare. Part of the publisher's Echoes of War series. .

$10.00

A Saw, Pocket Instruments, and Two Ounces of Whiskey:  Frontier Military  Medicine in the Great Basin (Frontier Military Series XX)
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A Saw, Pocket Instruments, and Two Ounces of Whiskey: Frontier Military Medicine in the Great Basin (Frontier Military Series XX)

By Sohn, Anton Paul

Spokane, WA: Arthur H. Clark. Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards rubbed.. 1998. Hardcover. 0870622722 . Navy cloth binding. Index, bibliography, many illustrations. A history of the 19th century military surgeons and their practice of medicine at Army forts in the Great Basin areas of Nevada, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, and California. ; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall; 237 pages .

$20.00

The War Illustrators
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The War Illustrators

By Hodgson, Pat

NY: MacMillan. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Jacket sunned.. 1977. First American Edition. Hardcover. 0025520008 . Survey of nineteenth century magazine illustrators reporting from the front of various wars. Profusely illustrated. ; 191 pages .

$13.00

The Radical Soldier’s Tale:  John Pearman, 1819-1908
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The Radical Soldier’s Tale: John Pearman, 1819-1908

By Steedman, Carolyn

London: Routledge. Very Good; Light spine crease.. 1988. First Printing. Softcover. 0415002079 . x, 305 pages. Maps, notes, bibliography, and index. Autobiographical presentation of life as a soldier during the Sikh Wars and life as a policeman, placed in historical context, showing how the ideologies can divide people and societies. .

$25.00

A Passionate Prodigality:  Fragments of Autobiography
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A Passionate Prodigality: Fragments of Autobiography

By Chapman, Guy

Leatherhead, UK: Ashford, Buchan & Enright. Near Fine. 1993. Later Printing. Softcover. 0907675425 . Black and white photographd. World War I memoir which vividly depicts the filth, shock and carnage of the period. A volume in the publisher's Echoes of War series. ; Echoes of War; 281 pages .

$35.00

The War in Eastern Europe (Vol. V of the War on all Fronts)
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The War in Eastern Europe (Vol. V of the War on all Fronts)

By Reed, John

NY: Charles Scribner's Sons. Very Good with no dust jacket; Front boards sunned, front hinge tender.. 1919. Later Printing. Hardcover. Red cloth binding. vii, 329pp. Map endpapers. Many black and white illustrations by Boardman Robinson. Reportage from Eastern Europe during World War I by journalist John Reed. .

$20.00

The Zimmermann Telegram
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The Zimmermann Telegram

By Tuchman, Barbara W.

NY: Macmillan Publishing. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Covers scuffed, owner name on front . flyleaf, foxing to page tops and fore-edges.. 1966. Book Club Edition. Hardcover. Several pages of photos. ; 244 pages .

$20.00

A Visit to Three Fronts:  Glimpses of the British, Italian and French Lines
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A Visit to Three Fronts: Glimpses of the British, Italian and French Lines

By Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan

NY: George H. Doran Company. Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards worn, head of spine chipped, . bookworm hole at page bottoms (does not affect text).. 1916. First Edition. Hardcover. Brown paper-covered boards with printed labels on front boards and spine. Doyles preface states that he was asked by the Italian authorities to act as an independent observer to visit their lines and report his impressions. He subsequently got British and French access to inspect their lines at the front as well. ; 93 pages .

$30.00

The German Terror in France
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The German Terror in France

By Toynbee, Arnold J.

London: Hodder & Stoughton. Good; Covers soiled, 1/2 inch split at head of spine, penciled marginalia . on several pages. Penciled owner note on front cover: "N. R. Taylor, YMCA . Headquarters, Camp Dix".. 1917. Softcover. Many photographs, including color frontispiece folding map. Five folding maps at rear. All maps in excellent condition. A harrowing account of German war crimes throughout France during World War I. .

$30.00

Lessons from the Tunisian Campaign: 15 October 1943
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Lessons from the Tunisian Campaign: 15 October 1943

Washington DC: U. S. Government Printing Office. Very Good; Covers and first several leaves soiled.. 1943. Softcover. Printed tan stapled card covers. ii, 70pp. A restricted U. S. War Department booklet outlining tactical and training information for Allied infantry, field artillery, armored force and tank destroyer units, information about mine warfare, booby traps, and defense against air attack. .

$24.00

The Mess Officer’s Assistant
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The Mess Officer’s Assistant

By Holbrook, Major L. R.

Fort Leavenworth, KS: U. S. Cavalry Association. Good with no dust jacket; Boards rubbed, green paint stains and waterstain . on boards, military supply store stamp on title page.. 1917. Third Edition. Hardcover. Maroon cloth. Index. Lucius Roy Holbrook was a career U. S. Army soldier, who wrote this book and other cooking manuals during his tenure as Director of the Army Training School for Bakers and Cooks. The Mess Officers Assistant provides a history of military rations, offers advice about nutrition (less protein, less overall calories needed even for soldiers) , elementary cooking guidelines, and detailed discussion of the garrison ration, by ingredient. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 190 pages .

$30.00

Memoirs of a Soldier of Fortune
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Memoirs of a Soldier of Fortune

By De Nogales, General Rafael

NY: Harrison Smith. Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards rubbed, gift inscription on front . free endpaper.. 1932. First American Edition. Hardcover. Brown cloth with red top stain Three illustrations, including frontispiece photo of the author. xvi, 380pp. Prefaces by Lowell Thomas and R. B. Cunninghame Graham. Autobiography by the Venezuelan mercenary, an amazing narrative of gun-running days in the Caribbean, cattle-rustling along the Rio Grande, hunting for gold in Alaska and Nevada, following the spoor of big game in West Africa, fighting in Mexico and Venezuela, and directing the siege of Van, the capital of Armenia, (from Thomas preface). .

$30.00

Storm Fighters:  True Stories of the Coast Guard
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Storm Fighters: True Stories of the Coast Guard

By Whiting, John D.

Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill. Very Good with no dust jacket; Spine faded, top corners bumped.. 1927. early printing. Hardcover. Red cloth with titles stamped in gilt on front boards and spine and color illustration inlaid on front boards. Many black and white illustrations by the author. Tales of the American Coast Guard and its obstinate struggles with the storm gods, every bit as exciting in their way as the noisier battles of the navy. ; 256 pages .

$25.00

The Joseph M. Bruccoli Great War Collection At the University of South  Carolina:  An Illustrated Catalogue
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The Joseph M. Bruccoli Great War Collection At the University of South Carolina: An Illustrated Catalogue

By Sudduth, Elizabeth

Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press. Near Fine with no dust jacket; Remainder mark on page bottoms.. 2005. First Printing. Hardcover. 1570035903 . Black cloth. xviii, 374 pages. Black and white frontispiece photo, black and white photos and illustrations, and index. A comprehensive and expansive research archive of more than 4,000 items about World War I including military training manuals, illustrated wartime magazines, newspapers, novels, postcard, diaries and much more. .

$17.00

Above and Beyond:  The Canadians’ War in the Air, 1939-45
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Above and Beyond: The Canadians’ War in the Air, 1939-45

By Dunmore, Spencer

Toronto: McClelland & Stewart. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Corners bumped, jacket lightly rubbed.. 1996. First Printing. Hardcover. 0771029284 . Blue paper covered boards. ix, 384 pages. Black and white photos, notes, acknowledgements, and index. A detailed history of Canadas participation in air warfare of WWII which culminated in the eventual deployment of forty-eight RCAF squadrons. .

$7.80

Rensselaer County Heroes, Korean War 1950-1953:  The Forgotten Remembered
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Rensselaer County Heroes, Korean War 1950-1953: The Forgotten Remembered

By Page, Kenneth E.

Troy, NY: Northeast New York Chapter of the Korean War Veterans Association. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 2000. Second Printing. Hardcover. Blue cloth. iv, 147 pages, 75 page appendix. Black and white photographs, black and white illustrations, maps, and appendixes. An overview of the Korean War and the participation of Rensselaer County New York veterans presented with numerous maps, newspaper articles and personal anecdotes. .

$30.00

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