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[15108] Le Fleming, H.M. SHIPS OF THE BLUE FUNNEL LINE
Southampton: Adlard Coles. 1961. First edition. 53 pp. Photo illustrations. Very Good copy in price-clipped, Very Good dust-jacket. (Book ref. 15108)   £9.00
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[15107] Taylor, A.J.P. THE FIRST WORLD WAR An Illustrated History.
London: H. Hamilton. 1963 First edition. 224 pp. Photo illustrations. Maps in text. Very Good copy in Very Good dust-jacket. A profusely illustrated general history from the respected historian. (Book ref. 15107)   £10.00
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[15106] Lewis, Cecil. SAGITTARIUS RISING
London: Folio Society. 1999. Second printing thus. 230 pp. Illustrated boards. Lithographs by C.R.W. Nevinson. Fine copy in slightly marked but Near Fine slip-case. Acclaimed personal account of the authorís experiences as one of the earliest pilots in the Royal Flying Corps in France during the Great War. (Book ref. 15106)   £17.00
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[15105] Barrie, Alexander. WAR UNDERGROUND
London: Tom Donovan. 1993. Reprint. 272 pp. Bibliography. Photo illustrations. End-paper map and diagrams. Fine copy in Fine dust-jacket. ISBN 1871085004 (Book ref. 15105)   £15.00
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[15103] Jones, R.V. MOST SECRET WAR British Scientific Intelligence 1939-1945.
London: H. Hamilton. 1978. Fifth impression. 556 pp. Photo illustrations. Sketches, diagrams and maps in text. Very Good+ copy in Very Good dust-jacket. The exciting and fascinating story of how a relatively small group of scientists set about anticipating and then countering the German application of science to warfare. ISBN 0241897467 (Book ref. 15103)   £14.00
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[15102] Lenton, H. & Colledge, J. WARSHIPS OF WORLD WAR II
London: Ian Allan. 1970. Fourth impression. 638 pp. Photo illustrations. Near Very Good copy in Very Good dust-jacket. The single authoritative work on the vast subject of British and Dominion naval effort in WW2, setting out details of all vessels in service, commissioned or planned during the period of 1939-1945. ISBN 711002029 (Book ref. 15102)   £15.00
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[15101] Roskill, Capt. S.W. H.M.S. WARSPITE The Story of a Famous Battleship.
London: Collins. 1957. First edition. 319 pp. Photo illustrations. Maps and diagram in text. Near Fine copy in Near Fine dust-jacket. The story of one of the Navyís big ships. The author served on her for three years and writes with knowledge and affection. Of unusual and enduring interest. (Book ref. 15101)   £18.00
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[15100] Dittmar, F. and Colledge, J. BRITISH WARSHIPS 1914-1919
London: Ian Allan. 1972. First edition. 236 pp. Photo illustrations. Very Good copy in price-clipped, Very Good dust-jacket. Every British and Dominion ship in service in August 1914 together with those built, or ordered, up to November 1918. A complete record of the ships of the Great War from the British Naval standpoint. (Book ref. 15100)   £20.00
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[15099] Blaxland, Gregory. AMIENS 1918
London: Fdk. Muller. 1968. First edition. 274 pp. Photo illustrations. Maps in text. Near Fine copy in Very Good dust-jacket. The events of 1918 beginning with the mighty German offensives and ending with their abrupt collapse (Book ref. 15099)   £12.00
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[15098] Morris, Donald R. THE WASHING OF THE SPEARS A History of the Rise of the Zulu Nation under Shaka and its fall in the Zulu War of 1879.
London: Book Club Associates. 1971. Book Club edition. 655 pp. Bibliography. Photo illustrations. Maps in text. Minor tape marks on boards otherwise Near Good copy in torn, Poor dust-jacket. A colourful and fair account of the errors and triumphs of British Imperial policy in Natal on the eve of the Boer wars. The bloody and tragic fall of the most formidable nation in black Africa. (Book ref. 15098)   £8.00
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[15097] Slim, Field-Marshal Sir W. DEFEAT INTO VICTORY
London: Cassell. 1956. Second edition. 576 pp. Photo frontis., 21 fold-out maps. Name on f.e.p. otherwise Very Good copy in chipped, Good dust-jacket. The story of the architect of victory in Burma and of all the men who fought in that heart-breaking country. After initial reverses, Slim led the Fourteenth army to smash the legend of Japanese invincibility in jungle warfare. (Book ref. 15097)   £20.00
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[15096] Spears, Major-General Sir E. LIAISON 1914 A Narrative of the Great Retreat.
London: Cassell. 1999. Reprint. 588 pp. Photo illustrations. Maps in text. Supplier stamp on title page otherwise Fine copy in Fine dust-jacket. Extensive appendices giving Orders of Battle, Instructions, Diary of the Battle of the Marne, etc., added to the extremely detailed coverage of the initial phase of the fighting up to the end of the German advance in September 1914 provide this comprehensive account of the early days of the Great War. ISBN 0304352284 (Book ref. 15096)   £14.00
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[15095] Kemp, Paul J. THE T-CLASS SUBMARINE The Classic British Design.
London: Arms & Armour Press. 1990. First edition. 160 pp. Photo illustrations. Plans in text. Very Fine copy in Very Fine dust-jacket. A perceptive assessment of one of the most versatile, adaptable and operationally successful classes of British submarines. ISBN 085368958X (Book ref. 15095)   £18.00
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[15094] Gerretson, Dr. F.C. HISTORY OF THE ROYAL DUTCH. (4 vols)
Leiden: E.J. Brill. 1958. Second edition. 287, 355, 307 and 362 pp. Maps (some fold-out), portraits, plans, diagrams and colour plates. Books are as new, still in original protective heavy card cases. (Book ref. 15094)   £65.00
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[15092] Nicolson, Harold. KING GEORGE THE FIFTH His Life and Reign.
London: Constable. 1952. Second impression. xxiii + 570 pp. Photo illustrations. Fore-edges slightly foxed otherwise Very Good copy. No dust-jacket. (Book ref. 15092)   £15.00
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[15091] Woodruff, William. VESSEL OF SADNESS
London: Chatto & Windus. 1970. First edition. 190 pp. End-paper maps. Very Good copy in spine-dulled, Very Good dust-jacket. A convincing and starkly moving account, distilled from the thoughts and experiences of one who was there, of British Infantry fighting at Anzio and on to Rome some five months later. ISBN 070111682X (Book ref. 15091)   £15.00
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[15089] Lempriere, Raoul. HISTORY OF THE CHANNEL ISLANDS
London: R. Hale. 1974. First edition. 256 pp. Photo illustrations. Maps. Very Good copy in price-clipped Very Good dust-jacket. ISBN 0709142528 (Book ref. 15089)   £8.00
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[15088] March, Edgar J. INSHORE CRAFT OF BRITAIN In the Days of Sail and Oar. Vols 1 & 2.
Newton Abbot: David & Charles. 1970. First editions. 276 and 309 pp. Photo illustrations. Plans and diagrams in text. Very Good copies in Very Good dust-jackets. (Book ref. 15088)   £120.00
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[15087] Rommel, Field Marshal Erwin. INFANTRY ATTACKS
London: Greenhill Books. 2002. Reprint. 265 pp. Sketch illustrations and maps in text. Very Fine copy in Very Fine dust-jacket. A classic book on the art of war, based on the famous German commanderís own experiences in the First World War, which analyses the tactics that lay behind his successes in the Second. ISBN 0905778820 (Book ref. 15087)   £15.00
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[15086] Campbell, Arthur. THE SIEGE A Story From Kohima.
London: George Allen & Unwin. 1956. First edition. 212 pp. Photo illustrations. Maps in text and on end-papers. Name on end-paper otherwise Very Good copy in Good dust-jacket with slight loss to top of spine. A thrilling and detailed account of the sixteen days during which the five hundred or so men of the 4th Battalion of the Royal West Kent Regiment held off a complete division of some fifteen thousand Japanese. (Book ref. 15086)   £6.00
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