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SACRED CLOWNS

Hillerman, Tony

New York, 1993, Harper Collins, lst US ed w/DJ, Fine - /Fine ( remainder mark on bottom of page block in corner.) SIGNED BY HILLERMAN ON A BOOKPLATE FEATURING TWO KACHINA'S IN COLOR. 6X9, 305 PP. This mystery brings both Navajo policemen on a case together, Jim Chee & Joe Leaphorn, investigating the killing at a mission school.

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Peter Davies, London 1966 later UK edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 5 1/2 x 8, FINE/FINE condition (small prev. owners name stamp on front end paper) 332 pages. --------------------------------Sent to France with the Royal Flying Corps at just 17, and later a member of the famous 56 Squadron, Cecil Lewis was an illustrious and passionate fighter pilot of the First World War, described by Bernard Shaw in 1935 as 'a thinker, a master of words, and a bit of a poet'. In this vivid and spirited account the author evocatively sets his love of the skies and flying against his bitter experience of the horrors of war, as we follow his progress from France and the battlefields of the Somme, to his pioneering defence of London against deadly night time raids.

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SAHARA

Cussler, Clive

New York, 1992, Simon & Schuster. US FIRST edition, hard bound w/DJ, 6x9, VG/VG cond. 541 pp. ------------------------Agent Dirk Pitt travels to Africa in latest thriller which involves aissting an Australian aviatix and a missing Confederate ironclad.

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Annapolis 1996, USNI press, US 1st edition , hard bound w/dj, VG/VG condition, 7x10, xv, 307, illustrations, notes, bibliog, index. ------------------------------------------------A fully documented history of the making of the Navy's image from the movie industry's earliest days, this book takes readers behind the scenes for deliberations about the potential impact of certain movies on both the military and civilians and examines the ripple effect of such watershed films as Top Gun. More than 100 films are examined. Besides recounting the plots and individual appeal of each movie, the author also details the problems that the navy and film makers encountered during script writing or filming. . . . Mr. Suid's text is a fascinating, in-depth discussion that can be read beginning to end, or browsed in section for an enjoyable bit-sized meal of knowledgeable fare

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Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD, 1998 US reprint edition, hard bound in blue cloth, FINE CONDITION, reprint of 1901 edition, xx, 275 pages. Classics of Naval Literature series/ -------------------------------------------------------- A Sailor of King George is one of the most amusing and revealing accounts of life at sea ever published. Joining the Navy in 1793, the author saw action in the West Indies, the Channel and off Africa. He served aboard HMS Tonnant at Trafalgar, and in 1812 was captured by the French when his ship ran aground off Boulogne and was held prisoner until the end of the war in 1814. Written in a detached, ironic style, the book is full of fascinating stories, including how the incriminating papers of an American privateer were recovered from the belly of the shark which had swallowed them after they were thrown overboard. There are descriptions of sailors' boisterous and free-spending runs ashore; stories of the absurd lengths to which seamen w ... Read more

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London paper edition, 6x9, Chatham, UK first paper edition, FINE CONDITION, 1999 reprint of 1901 edition, 195 pages. ----------------------------------------------- A Sailor of King George is one of the most amusing and revealing accounts of life at sea ever published. Joining the Navy in 1793, the author saw action in the West Indies, the Channel and off Africa. He served aboard HMS Tonnant at Trafalgar, and in 1812 was captured by the French when his ship ran aground off Boulogne and was held prisoner until the end of the war in 1814. Written in a detached, ironic style, the book is full of fascinating stories, including how the incriminating papers of an American privateer were recovered from the belly of the shark which had swallowed them after they were thrown overboard. There are descriptions of sailors' boisterous and free-spending runs ashore; stories of the absurd lengths to which seamen would go to to avoid the Press Gang - dressing up as women and even as babies ... Read more

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SAILOR SONG

Kesey, Ken

New York, 1992, Viking, lst US ed w/DJ, 6x9, 533 pp, VG/VG cond, remainder mark on bottom, rear free endpaper had crease. Novel set in Alaska in the near future.

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A SAILOR'S WAR

LOMBARD-HOBSON, Sam,Captain RN

St. Martin's New York, 1983. US first edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 5 1/2 x 8 12, FINE/FINE CONDITION, 175 pages. -------------------------------------------Sam Lombard-Hobson made the navy his career. As an officer who devoted his life to the sea and to protecting his country he was both typical and extraordinary. He joined the Royal Navy in 1930 straight out of Dartmouth. This allowed him just the right amount of time for the peacetime training – and the hi-jinks – of a midshipman. Then came the war. Lombard-Hobson's first command was a remarkable one – a corvette during the battle of the Atlantic. It was under him that Nicolas Monsarrat served, later he described that unforgettable time in one of the bestselling novels of all time – The Cruel Sea. Lombard-Hobson's own memoirs of that glorious, terrible drama are vibrant and gripping. As is his account of Dunkirk and the tumultuous action in the Mediterranean after that. This is essential reading ... Read more

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THE SAILOR'S WAR 1914 - 18

Liddle, Peter H

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Poole, 1985, Blandford , 2nd printing, hard bound in dust jacket, 8x10, VG/VG condition , 224 pages, prof illustrated. World War One was a young man's war at sea as much as on land, but their stories are seldom told. Now, thanks to the 1914-18 Personal Experience Archives at Sunderland, their experiences can be understood. Using contemporary diaries and letters and later recollections of young officers and ratings, Peter Liddle has compiled Sailor's War. For once a war book can truly be called unique. The drama of battle is conveyed in the words and impressions of the men and boys who fought whilst the desperate spirit of the prolonged Dardanelles/Gallipoli venture is all too clear. But the book breaks new ground in other areas. It does not just cover the major battles, actions and operations but deals with the unusual and less well-known aspects of the war at sea. Here is service in the Baltic or the Sea of Marmora in submarines; here are operations in the Caspian Sea an ... Read more

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University of Illinois, Urbana, 1981. first US edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2, VG/VG condition ( light dj wear ), xiii, 310 pages, illus., maps, index, bibliog. ............................................... Long, noted Civil War historian and long-time research assistant to the late Bruce Catton, reveals a neglected but fascinating chapter in American frontier, Mormon, Indian, and Civil War history. His lively portrayal of two volatile personalities—Mormon leader Brigham Young and U.S. military commander General Patrick Connor—depicts events which helped shape the "opening up of the West." While the Civil War raged in the East, the Mormons in Utah Territory zealously continued to guard their cultural identity and church practices from federal control. At the same time, however, they lobbied hard for statehood, but were continually thwarted by a series of inept or antagonistic federal authorities. Drawing upon seldom-used archival material from the Mo ... Read more

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SALADIN AND THE FALL OF JERUSALEM

Lane-Poole, Stanley. new introd. by David Nicolle

London 2002, Greenhill, reprint edition, first UK thus, hard bound in dust jacket, 6 x 9, FINE/FINE CONDITION, 288 pages, illus, maps, appendices, index. ................................................................. Saladin is a legendary figure in the history of the Middle East. Saladin's rise to fame in the tumultuous arena of twelfth-century Middle Eastern politics was rapid and he quickly established himself as a military commander of genius, a man of honour and an intrepid statesman. This detailed biography of Saladin, and history of his life and times, was written by the eminent historian Stanley Lane-Poole. The author, able to acccess the rich and colourful chronicles of Arab historians, provides us with a brilliant insight into the life and deeds of this warrior-monarch. ............................................................ Based on a lifetime of study, Saladin and the Fall of Jerusalem examines Saladin's youth, his military experiences, his co ... Read more

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SALADIN AND THE FALL OF JERUSALEM

Lane-Poole, Stanley. new introd. by David Nicolle

London 2002, Greenhill, reprint edition, first UK thus, hard bound in dust jacket, 6 x 9, VG/VG CONDITION ( light bump to lower corner), , 288 pages, illus, maps, appendices, index. ............................................................................Saladin is a legendary figure in the history of the Middle East. Saladin's rise to fame in the tumultuous arena of twelfth-century Middle Eastern politics was rapid and he quickly established himself as a military commander of genius, a man of honour and an intrepid statesman. This detailed biography of Saladin, and history of his life and times, was written by the eminent historian Stanley Lane-Poole. The author, able to acccess the rich and colourful chronicles of Arab historians, provides us with a brilliant insight into the life and deeds of this warrior-monarch. ................................................................................Based on a lifetime of study, Saladin and the Fall of Jerusalem examine ... Read more

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Annapolis, 1995, Naval Institute press, first US edition, hard bound w/dj, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2, 192 pages, VG/VG condition, illus, maps, bibliog, index. -------------------------------------------------- Since a simple cannon was first mounted on sailing ships and the warship was thus born, it has had but one principal resolve: to engage and destroy the enemy in action. In the early examples of sea warfare the guns were fixed and hence only by manoeuvring the ship itself could they be aimed, and so after much aligning of fleets alongside each other the power and weight of the all important first broadside was truly decisive. Despite the huge advances in gun design, mounting, loading and aiming that accompanied the evolution of the warship, this single factor in naval warfare remained relevant throughout. Even in the final warship against warship encounters in late World War two after the gun had been eclipsed by naval air power, the commander who first fired the heaviest and most accurate salvo immediat ... Read more

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London 1979, Collins, later printing, hard bound in dust jacket, 6x9, VG/VG condition ( dj spine lightly faded, ), 4 illus, 2 maps, notes, index. Some years ago Arthur Bryant set out to reconstruct the life and times of Samuel Pepys from the vast collection of documents which this remarkable man left behind. He took over the papers of the two Pepysian scholars who had previously attempted this unfinished task, went through the whole of the unpublished Pepys manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, and used a number of previously unprinted passages from the diary. The result is a work of which Sir Harold Nicolson wrote that it `will live as among the best of English biographies'. In this first volume Sir Arthur Bryant tells the story of Pepys' early work and the stranger one of his married life. Covering the years 1633-1669, it records the Restoration of Charles II, the great plague and the fire of London, an economic crisis and a European war. Though a work of ... Read more

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Blandford, London, 1989. first UK edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 7 x 10, FINE/FINE CONDITION, 174 pages, prof. illustrated in B&W and color plates, appendices, index. --------------------------- The samurai were the military elite of old Japan, and the daimyo were the elite of the samurai. Samurai Warlords documents and describes the life of this group in rich detail for the first time. These were the samurai who succeeded first as warriors and went on to found petty kingdoms of their own, defended with armies of samurai who owed allegiance to them alone. From these original warlords grew great dynasties of daimyo, who enjoyed a symbiotic existence with the central government of the Shogun until all were swept away in the upheavals of the 1850s which gave birth to modern Japan. Stephen Turnbull enjoys a justified reputation as one of the West's most illuminating writers on Japanese history. Unlike his previous books on the samurai, this work examines separately and in depth e ... Read more

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SANTA FE RAILWAY INDIAN VILLAGE

Santa Fe Railway Co

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Chicago 1948, PAPER,5 X 7 1.2, SOUVENIR BOOKLET GIVEN OUT AT THE 1948 Chicago Railway Fair, where the railway built a replica SW indian Village. 32 pages, VG cond, well illustrated, map of Santa Fe Railway lines in the SW USA.

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9 x 12, MILITARY ILLUSTRATED, 2000, VG/VG COND. hard bound w/ dj, 144 pages, 100 color and b/w illustrations, ----------------------------CLASSIC SOLDIERS series. The hostage rescue at the Iranian Embassy in London on May 5, 1980 established Britain's Special Air Service as the world's premier special forces unit. While that single incident has had a tremendous influence on the world's SWAT teams and counter-terror units, urban operations is but one of many SAS capabilities. All members of the regiment are trained in airborne and amphibious landings, can operate in virtually any terrain and climate, speak several languages and have a thorough knowledge of the world's firearms and explosives. As with all British units, their traditions are important to the SAS. The origins of the unit, thoroughly covered here, go back to the desert raiders of World War II and continue through later operations in Malaya, Aden, the Falklands and the Persian Gulf. All of the weapons, eq ... Read more

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London, 1996, Simn & Schuster, UK edition, hard bound in dust jacket, Fine/Fine condition, 8 x 10, glossy page stock, 288 pages, massively illustrated in B&W and color photos., appendices, index. ...............A illustrative record of all the SAS's wars which covers the regiment's history in full. Events covered include the birth of the SAS in the North African desert in World War II, the behind-the-lines actions during the Falklands War and the scud-busting exploits during the Gulf War.

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THE SAS IN ACTION

Macdonald, Peter

London 1990, Sidgwick & Jackson, first UK edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 7 x 10, FINE / FINE CONDITION, glossy page stock, 192 pages, prof. illustrated in B&W and color. ----------------------THE SAS IN ACTION is about the modern SAS: its roles, its actions, its training, its enemies; and its pursuit of excellence. For many the SAS are the black-clad rescuers of Princes Gate but in reality they are much more. The core of the book examines how the Regiment maintains its reputation, taking an in-depth look at its punishing training regime the constant physical, mental and intellectual pressure that begins with selection, carries on unabated through continuation training and ends only when an individual leaves the SAS. It looks at the Regiment's responsibility for reconnaissance and behind-the-lines operations (including sabotage) the tasks on which the SAS would be employed in the event of war on NATO's Central Front. In addition THE SAS IN ACTION follows the Regiment into North ... Read more

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London 1994, Greenhill, UK First edition, hard bound in dust jacket, Fine / Fine condition, 6 1/2 X 9 1/2, 224 pages, illus, maps, index. -------------------------------------------------On the night of D-Day a Lockheed Hudson bomber dropped a small group of parachutists into the mountainous Morvan area of central France. Their mission was to operate as an advance reconnaissance party 400 miles behind the German lines and to make contact with the French Resistance. One of the team, later to become its commander, was Ian Wellsted, known by the nom-de-guerre of Gremlin. During the next three months Number One Troop of 1st SAS Regiment relayed vital information about German troop locations and movements, sabotaged bridges and supply lines, skirmished with enemy columns and harried the occupying forces as they retreated eastwards in the face of the Allied invasion. Camped deep in the woods of the Montsauche region, the small force worked alongside th ... Read more

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