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Publisher: Frederick Muller Ltd.: 1970
Seller ID: 47900
Hardback; foxing to edge of pages otherwise good in torn and marked dustjacket. Facsimile reprint of 1834 edition. ; Verbatim report of the Court Martial which cost Lord Brundenell his command of the 16th Kings Hussars. Brundenell later became the Earl of Cardigan, purchased the command of the 11th Hussars and led the Charge of the Light Brigade at Balaclava. ; 286 pages View more info
Publisher: The Lakeside Press: 1986
Seller ID: 47924
Hardback without dustjacket; very good in decorated cloth boards. ; An account of the Mexican - American War. Illustrated. ; 354 pages View more info
Publisher: G. Bell & Sons Ltd.: 1956
Seller ID: 60219
Hardback; good in creased and tape-repaired dustjacket. ; The memoirs of Major-Genneral Sir George Bell. His experiences in the Peninsular War and the Crimean War; of garrison life in Canada in the 1830s and action in the rebellion there, and visits to the United States during the American Civil War. Maps. ; 325 pages View more info
By: Brice, C.
Publisher: Helion & Company: 2017
Seller ID: 57202
New hardback copies at a reduced price; published £35.00.; Military service in the Peninsular War, Ireland, India and China, and during the First and Second Anglo-Sikh Wars. Illustrations & maps. ; 577 pages View more info
Publisher: John Murray: 1864
Seller ID: 55116
Two Volume Set. Hardbacks; foxing and yellowing to pages, a few pages loose, dent to corners of pages of volume two; boards chipped, marked and partially detached. A good reference set. ; Biography of Sir William Napier, 1785-1866. Author of 'History of the Peninsular War'. +556pp+578pp. View more info
Publisher: Army Records Society: 1995
Seller ID: 23593
Publications of the Army Record Society Vol.11. Hardback; ownership sticker and inscription to endpaper otherwise good in creased dustjacket. ; Correspondence of Edward Wellesley, great nephew of the 1st Duke of Wellington. Letters written on service during the 7th Kaffir War, 1851-53 in South Africa, and whilst on Lord Raglan’s staff during the journey to, and arrival in the Crimea. Maps. ; Army Records Society; Vol. 11; 224 pages View more info
Publisher: Bellavista Publications: 2000
Seller ID: 49033
Hardback; fine in fine dustjacket. ; Samuel Laing of Papadale was a popular provost of Kirkwall, whose innovations in farming and fishing did much to lay the foundations for the economic prosperity in 19th century Orkney. This autobiography was written for his family, incorporating advice and memoirs to provide a wealth of information about his background and early life. With additional information by R. P. Fereday. Illustrations & maps. ; 308 pages View more info
By: Field, R.
Publisher: Osprey: 2011
Seller ID: 54938
Command 14. Paperback; very good in card covers. ; The background, strategies, tactics and battlefield experiences of the greatest commanders of history. Illustrated. ; Command; Vol. 14; 64 pages View more info
Publisher: Navy Records Society / Ashgate: 2002
Seller ID: 38339
Publications of the Navy Records Society Vol.143. Hardback issued without dustjacket; very good in blue cloth boards. ; Maps +xvpp. ; Vol. 143; 340 pages View more info
By: Morris, P.
Publisher: Alan Sutton: 1992
Seller ID: 46795
Hardback; very good copy in creased dustjacket. ; An early pioneer of international medical relief work. Letters written during the course of six campaigns - the Franco-Prussian War, the second Carlist War, Turco-Servian War, Russo-Turkish War, Suakin Campaign, and Servo-Bulgarian War. Illustrated. ; 231 pages View more info
By: Napier, P.
Publisher: Brassey's: 1995
Seller ID: 49879
Hardback; fine in fine dustjacket. ; The story of Lord Napier of Merchiston, who was sent to China in 1834 to seek a settlement between British sea-traders and the Cantonese authorities, the narrative is based largely upon Napier's own letters and journals. Illustrated. ; 246 pages View more info
By: Oman, C.
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton: 1968
Seller ID: 53681
Hardback; dustjacket covered in adhesive protective film, otherwise very good. ; Wife of the 2nd Marquess of Salisbury. Illustrated. ; 320 pages View more info
By: Pakenham, E.
Publisher: Weidenfeld & Nicholson: 2007
Seller ID: 44232
Hardback; corners of boards dented otherwise very good in creased dustjacket. ; The Pakenham family, Earls of Longford at the turn of the nineteenth century. Illustrated. ; 269 pages View more info
By: Paret, P.
Publisher: Princeton University Press: 1985
Seller ID: 55118
Paperback; corners of pages dented otherwise good in creased card covers. ; 467 pages View more info
By: Pollock, J.
Publisher: Constable: 1998
Seller ID: 58229
Paperback; light blemish to edge of pages otherwise good in creased and faded card covers. ; First part of the biography of Kitchener, tracing his life up to 1902. Illustrations & maps. ; 281 pages View more info
Publisher: Pen & Sword: 2006
Seller ID: 51314
New hardback copies at a reduced price; published £25.00. ; Diaries and selected correspondence for the early years of Haig's career. An insight into his development as a soldier and his service during the Sudan campaign and Boer War. Illustrated. ; 336 pages View more info
By: Watt, R. N.
Publisher: Helion & Company: 2017
Seller ID: 58514
New hardback copies at a reduced price; published £29.95.; The background to the Victorio Campaign of 1879 - 1881. Illustrations & maps. ; 504 pages View more info
Publisher: The Saint Nicolas Press: 1956
Seller ID: 58846
Hardback without dustjacket - if issued; very good in decorated boards. Limited edition number 686 / 1000. ; Brief notes of conversations between 1820 and 1848; topics include military matters, politics, and a return visit to the battlefield of Waterloo in 1821. ; 28 pages View more info
Publisher: Hutchinson & Co.: 1967
Seller ID: 50809
Hardback without dustjacket; light foxing to edge of pages, abrasion to endpaper, otherwise good in dented boards. ; Illustrations & maps. ; 267 pages View more info
Publisher: John Hopkins University Press: 2002
Seller ID: 58447
Hardback; very good in very good dustjacket. ; A new edition of John Russll Young's classic travel account. Ulysses S. Grant embarked on a two-and-a-half year, around-the-world tour that took him from Europe to the Middle East and Asia. Accompanying Grant was journalist John Russell Young, whose account of the trip was first published in two volumes in 1879. Abridged, edited and Introduced by Michael Fellman. Illustrated; xxpp. ; 448 pages View more info