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This book fills a gap in military records & will become the definitive work on Battle Honours. The author covers from 1662 on to present giving brief accounts of each campaign, battle or siege & shows when & where it occurred, how it evolved and the major incidents of each. Tables attached to each chapter proceed in chronological order, form a cross reference to the test and show which units received what battle honour. Covered are British Regulars, Militia, Yeomanry, Volunteers, Territorials, all Colonial Forces and (Indian Army units thru WW I only.) ----------------------London 1987, Leo Cooper, signed, numbered and boxed limited edition of only 750 copies. Hard bound in dust jacket, FINE/FINE CONDITION, This is Number 692. 6 1/4 x 9 1/2, xi, 552 pp.

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Lenard L. Babin, Rochester. [no date]. c. 1960's, first US edition, card covers, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, VG condition, 36 pages, many B&W line drawings of badges. Contains illustrations of 529 cap badges.

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London 1983, Leo Cooper, UK First edition, hard bound in dust jacket, VG/VG condition, 6x9, 238 pages, appendix, bibliog, index. ---------------------------------------------------------According to the official records of the British Army a total of 346 officers and men were summarily executed at dawn following their convictions by courts martial in the field between the outbreak of the First World War and the end of March 1920. The details of their trials and executions have been closed to the public ever since, but during the last decade there has arisen a sense of profound uneasiness regarding the circumstances surrounding their deaths. ----------------------------------------------------------In the preparation of this book Anthony Babington has made use of a great deal of new evidence which has only recently come to light and which has enabled a full and accurate account of these matters to be written for the very first time. It is now apparent that although the majority of the ex ... Read more

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University of New South Wales Press, Sydney: Kensington, 1986. first Australian edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 7 1/2 x 10, fine/fine condition, XII, 260 PAGES, illus, maps, appendices, bibliog., index. ------------------------ The influence of the Royal Navy on our early colonial history is everywhere evident. As representatives of the world's greatest Imperial and maritime power, the commanders of the Navy's ships in the southwest Pacific exercised their authority with a confidence later generations can but envy and admire. For almost a century, from the decision in 1821 to detach annually a ship from the East Indies command for service in Australian waters to the arrival in 1913 of the new Australian navy, the Royal Navy filled a variety of roles, from island policeman to agent of British foreign policy. Dr Bach examines these activities not only from the broad perspective of the often tense and sometimes hostile relationship between colonial and Imperial authorities, but also ... Read more

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Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 1900. 13TH REVISED EDITION, . Hardback, poor condition, hinges cracking, missing front map, hard bound in red cloth boards, , 4 1/4 x 6 1/2, 439 pages, with maps and plans, some fold-outs.

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Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 1914. Hardback, VG condition, hard bound in red cloth boards, all edges marbled, green silk bookmark , 4 1/4 x 6 1/2, 388 pages, with maps and plans, some fold-outs.

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GERMAN TEXT., Ch. Links Verlag Berlin 2001, German first edition, paper covers, 6 x 9, Fine condition, 220 pages, many illus., notes, bibliog., index. ----------------------------------The German colonial rulers were known that they cruelly struck. In East Africa, now Tanzania, they drove around 100 years ago the rebel chieftain Mkwawa not only in death, but separated him from his head to send it as a macabre trophy to Germany. In 1919 the Allies had in Article 246 of the Treaty of Versailles, the return of the people of the skull Mkwawas Wahehe, but only after half a century he turned 1954 back to Tanzania. In light of these head-hunting, Martin Baer and Olaf Schroter tell the story of the former German colony in East Africa: from the conquest of a place in the sun, about the fighting in World War I, the colonial nostalgia in the Weimar Republic, the Nazi world power and today's development plans .

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THE FREEDOM TRAP

Bagley, Desmond

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New York 1972, Doubleday, First US edition in dj, VG/VG- ( light wear to dj extremities, prev. owners name on frt free end paper ), 254 pages. At first, everything was simple. Rearden, like the careful, professional thief he was, would tap the mailman on the head-"just hard enough"-take the inconspicuous box of diamonds, pass it off to his boss around the corner, and become richer by 40,000 pounds sterling. Simple. Too simple. That robbery leads Rearden into prison and out again, into a tangled net of international intrigue and espionage, into the arms of his boss's beautiful but strangely dispassionate secretary, and into a nerve-wracking chase that reaches its climax aboard a fireworks-laden boat off the island of Malta. With taut, spare strokes, Desmond Bagley draws the reader into a perplexing world where little is predictable and less is safe. From its uncomplicated beginning to its explosive finish, THE FREEDOM TRAP is filled with the kind of fast, colorful a ... Read more

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Sutton Publishing, 1996. UK First edition, 6 x 9, Fine/Fine condition, 236 pages.; photos, bibliog., index. -------------------Frank Twiss attended Dartmouth in 1924 as a cadet and went on to become a highly respected Second Sea Lord, introducing many beneficial welfare improvements for naval personnel. This book records social change in the Royal Navy from the personal viewpoint of one of its most significant officers this century. Admiral Sir Frank Twiss KCB, KCVO, DSC, had a distinguished career which included such postings as Flag Officer Flotillas Home Fleet (1962-4), and Commander of the Far East Fleet (1965-7). His career proceeded at a rapid rate despite his going down with HMS Exeter in 1941 and being taken prisoner by the Japanese, in whose captivity he remained until 1945. -=--------------------------When he retired as Second Sea Lord in 1970 he became Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod in the House of Lords, where he stayed until 1978. Social Change in the Royal Navy is ... Read more

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New York, 1999, Viking, US First edition, hard bound in dust jacket, FINE/FINE CONDITION, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2, ( dj price clipped) xviii, 797 pages, illus, maps, notes, bibliog., index. I ---------------------------------------------It was the dawn of the Gilded Age; it welded the new western United States to the East with twin bands of iron; it opened a path for settlement and exploitation, utterly changing the West as it doomed the Plains Indian culture. After the Civil War, it was the century's most transformative chain of events. Beginning in 1842 with a visionary's dream to span the continent with a single railroad line, Empire Express captures three dramatic decades in which the United States effectively doubled in size, fought three wars, and began to discover a new national identity. Culminating in the driving of the Golden Spike in the Utah desert in 1869, which touched off a frenzy of celebration, the narrative ends in 1873 in Washington under the Capitol rotunda, with the crushing f ... Read more

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A novel of the Crimean war and the battle of Inkerman in 1854 . Carroll & Graf, 1998 New York, US first edition, FINE/FINE CONDITION, hard bound in dust jacket, , 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 , 2 maps 190 pages

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US NAVAL VESSELS 1943

Baker, A D, introd

Annapolis 1986, Naval Inst. Pr, reprint of 1943 US manual ONI - 54 series, oblong hardbound in dj, 10 1/2 x 7, Fine/Fine condition, approx 200 pages, hundreds of photos & drawings. More than 900 illustrations - including 679 photographs and 227 line drawings- depict the might of the US Navy at the height of the Second World War. ----------------------------------Reproduced from the official publication first published in 1943, it presents a comprehensive portrait of the US Fleet at the period where it was beginning to expand into the vast armada that ultimately overwhelmed the enemy forces at sea. In mid-war, the ships showed the advances in equipment and protection prompted by early combat experience, yet they still betrayed their pre-war elegance of design, having not yet had their symmetry destroyed by crowds of antiaircraft guns and director tubs or by complex thickets of radar and counter measures antennas. The photographs were selected from a Naval Intelligence Division c ... Read more

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Outline Press 1st printing, paper covers, 7 x 10, VG condition, London, 1990. 127 pages, color/bw photos/illus.

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1987,Battery press, LIKE new copy, hard bound in dust jacket, 8 1/2 x 11 1/2, vii, 107 pages, 128 photos, 3 maps, glossary, index. -------------------------------------------------------------A very in-depth and well illustrated history of this elite New Zealand Army unit, the SAS. Formed in the mid 1950's, they have seen considerable combat including operations in Malaya, Borneo and Vietnam. Since its formation in the mid-1950s the New Zealand SAS has seen active service in Malaya, Borneo and Vietnam where, without exception, it served with distinction. Like other SAS units, the NZ SAS's mission is to respond to those grim situations where Regular Army units - or even the civilian police force - may not be able to act efficiently. The role of the NZ SAS therefore requires an extraordinarily high degree of operational flexibility and an exceptional personnel. Dare to Win reviews the NZ SAS's rigorous selection process; it describes the training, equipment and weapons employed ... Read more

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Brassey's (UK), London, 1994., UK first edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6x9, FINE/FINE CONDITION, xxv, 278 pages, illus, notes, appendices, index ------------------------------------------------ Forward Everywhere is a multi-dimensional history of Britain's Territorial Army told from the inside against a background of social change. Eschewing a list of dates, names and formations, Stanley Simm Baldwin, a long-time Terrier, brings to life the spirit of the weekend soldiers over the years. As Field Marshal Lord Bramall states in his foreword: 'We feel ourselves among the stolid Yeoman, the reluctant Militiamen, the earnest Volunteers of 1859, the self-sacrificing Territorials of 1914-18, the well-travelled Terriers of 1939-45 and the fit technocrats of today.' ---------------------------------------------------- Baldwin recounts with humour and humanity the many stories of derring-do and quiet heroism of the soldiers, and provides an instructive account of the confl ... Read more

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Harrisburg, 1999, Stackpole, us 2nd edition, paper covers, 6 x 9, VG condition, 304 pp, numerous illus & maps. ----------------------------------------A very detailed operational account of the 45 days of combat of the 29th US Infantry Division, from Omaha Beach on D-Day, June 6th, l944, to the capture of St. Lo.

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New York, 2004, Delacorte, first US edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2, FINE/FINE CONDITION, 667 pages, end paper maps.-----------------------From the acclaimed author of Empires of Sand comes a mesmerizing new adventure that Jean Auel cites as crowded with events that both forecast and mirror the conflicts of today. Sweeping from the drawing rooms of Paris to the palace of Suleiman the Magnificent to the dark hold of a slave ship racing across the sea, here is a dazzling story of love and valor, innocence and identity, an epic novel of the clash of civilizations on a barren island where the future was forged. The Mediterranean, the sixteenth century: Lying squarely in the midst of the vital sea lanes between the Christian West and the Ottoman Empire in the East, and ruled by the ancient Order of the Knights of St. John, Malta will become the stage upon which the fate of the world turns. For one of its sons, the hand of violence strikes swiftly, when young Nicolo Borg is seized by Barbary slav ... Read more

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PEMBERTON: A BIOGRAPHY

Ballard, Michael B

Jackson, Mississippi, Univ. Press of Mississippi, 1994. US first edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6x9, FINE/FINE CONDITION, xiii, 250 pages, illus, map, notes, bibliog., index. ............................................ It was the sad fate of General John C. Pemberton (1814-1881), a Northerner serving in the Confederate army, to die in disgrace and humiliation. Because he surrendered Vicksburg to General Grant, Confederates considered him a traitor. Because he lost this strategic southern port on the Mississippi, Pemberton was branded as an incompetent. In this discerning new biography, the first to examine Pemberton's life and career in full scope, Michael Ballard credits General Pemberton for military prowess that previous Civil War scholars have denied him. Here his strength is shown to be in administration, not in the theater of combat. Ballard persuasively argues that if Pemberton's abilities had been properly used, he could have made a positive contribution to the Confederate c ... Read more

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BRIGHT SHARK

Ballard, Robert & Tony Chiu

New York, 1992, Delacorte. US 1st ed, hard bound w/DJ, Good/Good cond, 6 x 9, 483 pp. Novel by famous under water explorer, the man who discovered the Titanic. Concerns the location of a lost submarine in the Mediterranean which holds the power to change the balance of power in the Middle East.

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K L Mukhopadhyay, Calcutta, 1962. Hard Cover w/dj, 6 x 9, . Book Condition: VG/VG- ( dj shows light edge wear, book covers oddly discolored, may be the cloth they used, dj price clipped), . First Edition. 341 pages, end-paper maps, 5 illus.

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