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The Death of the Army A Pre-Mortem

By King, Edward L

New York: Saturday Review Press. [1972]. hardcover. 246 pp Very Good+/Very Good light wear top boards, dust jacket light. ly soiled with some chipping at corners & spine, page edgessoiled. Inscribed on front free end page, "To John With best wished for thefuture - Edward L. King"


Personal Recollections of a Cavalryman with Custer's Michigan CavalryBrigade in the Civil War

By Kidd, J. H

Grand Rapids: Black Letter Press. 1969. hardcover. 475 pp Near Fine/Very Good+ light wear to boards, dust jacket faded. along spine and top edge.


"But, General Johnson-" Episodes in a War Effort

By Johnson, Robert Wood

[Princeton]: [Princeton University Press]. 1944. hardcover. 160 pp Near Fine light wear to board edges, slight chipping to silver. decoration on spine, some pages unopened. With calling card laid in. This is an interesting account of theeffects on World War II on small businesses and the impact of wartimeregulations on industry as a whole, by a Brigadier-General who was part ofthe procurement process.


The United States Army Training Center Infantry Fort Dix New JerseyCompany C, 2nd Battalion, March 6, 1969

[Topeka]: [Josten's Military Publicat]. (1969). hardcover. Very Good/- boards worn & lightly soiled, two corners bumped. "Yearbook" for Company C, 2nd Battalion, graduation date March 6,1969, which includes names and photos for all the graduates


Men of Intelligence A Study of the Roles and Decisions of Chiefs ofIntelligence from World War I to the Persent Day

By Strong, Major-General Sir. Kenneth

London: Giniger Cassell. [1970]. hardcover. 183 pp Very Good+/Very Good+ bottom boards edges worn, dust jacket. soiled on rear panel, light soiling to top page edges.


Historic Records of the Fifth New York Cavalry, First Ira HarrisGuard

By Boudrye, Rev. Louis N

Albany: J. Munsell. 1868. hardcover. 385+iii pp Very Good/- spine cocked with small tear to spine head,. boards worn, page edges soiled, top half of front free end page. missing. Its Organization, Marches, Raids, Scouts, Engagements and GeneralServices, During the Rebellion of 1861-1865, with Observations of the Authorby the Way, Giving Sketches of the Armies of the Potomac and of theShenandoah. Also, Interesting Accounts of Prison Life and oif the SecretSErvice. Complete Lists of its Officers and Men.


The Auxiliary Patrol

By Chatterton, E. Keble

London: Sidgwick and Jackson Ltd.. 1923. hardcover. 332 pp Very Good/- spine faded & worn along edges, boards & page. edges soiled, end pages yellowing.


Fortune Favours the Brave The Battles of the Hook Korea 1952-53
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Fortune Favours the Brave The Battles of the Hook Korea 1952-53

By Barker, A. J

[Barnsley]: Leo Cooper. [2002]. reprint edition. hardcover. 170 pp Fine/Fine.


Buck McNair Canadian Spitfire Ace : The Story of Group Captain R. W.McNair, DSO, DFC & 2 Bars, Ld'H, CdG, RCAF
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Buck McNair Canadian Spitfire Ace : The Story of Group Captain R. W.McNair, DSO, DFC & 2 Bars, Ld'H, CdG, RCAF

By Franks, Norman

London: Grub Street. [2001]. hardcover. 179 pp Fine/Fine. The story of a Canadian fighter pilot who flew missions over Franceand Malta, as an ordinary pilot, a flight commander and a wing commander.


September Eleventh 1814 The Battles at Plattsburgh

By Herkalo, Keith A

privately printed. [2007]. first edition edition. hardcover. 291 pp Fine/Fine. Limited First Edition, signed on the title page, "Keith A. Heralko"


The Road to Victory A History of Hampton Roads Port of Embarkation inWorld War II Volume I

By Wheeler, Major William Reginald (ed)

Newport News Virginia: [Yale University Press]. 1946. hardcover. 149+106 pp Near Fine/- boards very lightly worn.


Reminiscences of the Spanish-American War

By Gauvreau, Charles F

Rouses Point: The Authors publishing Co.. 1915. hardcover. 160 pp Very Good/- boards lightly soiled & worn along edges, page. edges soiled, place of publication underlined on title page. Inscription on the title page " Harold H. S--- Presented by the/author 1915" This is an autobiography by a native of Rouses Point, New York,who joined the army when war was declared and served as a private inCompany G of the 21st United States Infantry.


Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island South Carolina Platoon 3761970

privately printed. [1970]. hardcover. unpaginated pp VG/- boards worn & soiled, one corner bumped, damp. scent. A yearbooks of sorts - the first part discusses Marine Cops historyand the camp, while the second part contains photos of the instructors, therecruits, and their training