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Wellingborough 1984 RAF Interceptors 1935-1945. 1st edition in dust jacket (Book ref. 1015)
London 1999 1st edition in dust jacket, edge wear to extremities of DJ else nice (Book ref. 1012)
London 2005 The nazis and the final solution. 1st edition in nice dust jacket. 300+ pp Ills. (Book ref. 1013)
London 1991 The story of 1942 in the skies over Malta, then the most bombed place on earth. very good in unclipped dust jacket. 700+pp many Ills. (Book ref. 1014)
New York 2000 1st US edition, 1st printing, very nice in unclipped dust jacket.493+pp Ills. (Book ref. 1010)
1994 The history of the Arctic convoys from 1941-1945. 500+ pp many Ills. 1st edition in nice dust jacket (Book ref. 1005)
2004 Diaries of the Second World War in Europe and the Middle East. 1st edition in protected dust jacket (Book ref. 1006)
New York 1959 A History of early percussion firearms ignitio from Forsyth to Winchester .44/40. 1st edition in Dust jacket, profusely illustrated. dj has some shelf wear to extremities but otherwise a nice copy. 283pp (Book ref. 1008)
1997 Traces the history of the units from inception and the trials and tribulations they endured. 1st edition in Dust Jacket. (Book ref. 1004)
1980 Biography of Magda Goebbels. 1st edition in dust jacket. the dj has a little creasing and has been repaired, but good nonetheless. 288pp Ills (Book ref. 1003)
London 2003 Spivs, Deserters, Racketeers and Civilians in the Second World War. 1st edition, 4th impression in unclipped dust jacket, signed on ffep "With best wishes Donald Thomas" (Book ref. 1009)
London 1923 This work won the Pulitzer Prize for Biography. Telling the story of an influential American Journalist, Publisher, and Ambassador to the United Kingdom during World War I. Page, a native North Carolinian, was a working journalist for several newspapers and the editor of the St. Joseph "Gazette." His major contributions to American journalism was as editor of the "Forum," "The Atlantic Monthly" and "World's Work," all important and leading magazines during the early 20th century. He also was the Page of "Doubleday, Page, and Company," one of the world's most successful publishers during his Vice Presidency of the Company. A supporter of Woodrow Wilson, he was appointed Ambassador to Britain at the early stage of World War I and had a strong pro-British sentiment. Ambassador Page was a key behind-the-scenes player in moving President Wilson from an isolationist and neutral point of view to a pro-allied stance. 3 Volumes all first editions in very nice condition for their age. slight bumping of corners and slight creasing to top of spines. end papers slightly browning but contents clean and bright. (Book ref. 1007)
Yorkshire 1999 A Biographical Dictionary 368pp 1st edition in Dust jacket (Book ref. 990)
London 2001 Story of the British Soldier in the age of Horse and Musket. 466pp profusely illustrated photos. Nice in unclipped Dust jacket (Book ref. 989)
1996 1st edition in fine dust jacket (Book ref. 991)
1991 Did Churchill know beforehand? interesting investigation. 1st edition in Dust Jacket. 301pp Ills. (Book ref. 993)
London 1938 The story of the Russian Revolution and of Marshall Voroshilov. 1st popular edition, nice in protected Dust Jacket 390pp Ills. (Book ref. 985)
Yorkshire 1998 First Edition. Much of the action is set in the Aegean, where the author served in the Special Boat Service, raiding airfields in the German-held islands. nice copy in Dust jacket. small inscription of ffep (Book ref. 988)
2007 1st edition hardback with v. good dust jacket The story of a counter-terrorist bomb-disposal operator's tour in Iraq (Book ref. 994)
1984 A comprehensive review - great reference. An excellent copy in like d/w). Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 233pp. Illus throughout. (Book ref. 992)