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WW1 American Expeditionary Force 'History Of The 89th Division 1917.1918.1919' By George H. English. BO 1031 - BO 1031
The book is a large hardback edition printed in 1920 and published by The War Society of the 89th Division. It consists of a full history from it's organisation in 1917 , it's operations in the World War, the occupation of Germany and until demobilisation in 1919. It is packed with maps, pull out maps, photographs, Official reports, Honour and Casualty Lists and much more. It measures 11" x 8". This book is a definitive work very scarce and in good condition. The price includes UK delivery. BO 1031
£245.00

WW2 Official Japanese Naval Officer’s Acadamy Photograph Album With Original Photographs & Japanese Ink Script. Sn 4253 - 4253
This is an original WW2 Official Bound Japanese Naval Acadamy Photograph Album. The Album measures 10 ¾”x 7 ¼”x ¾” when closed. It has a dark green leather effect cover and retains its original green knotted cord. The cover of the album has impressed Banner & Japanese Script together with number ‘2062’ all highlighted in gold. The cover is also impressed with The representation of a Japanese Battleship at Sea with Blazing Guns. The album contains 64 Pages of cardboard and tissue pages. The cardboard pages are printed with contemporary images of Naval Officer’s and other ranks undergoing training at a Naval Acadamy, parades, drill, weapons and equipment training. There are also many individual and group portraits of individual Officers and Cadets. There are also original colourful hand drawn ink representations of Japanese battle flags and anchors. The tissue pages have original printed Japanese text and also serve to protect the images on the cardboard pages. All pages of the album and images are clean and undamaged. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 4253
£225.00

4 x Books on the 3rd Reich Uniforms, Badges and Guns. BO 1016 - BO 1016
Four books on the 3rd Reich uniforms, badges and guns. The first book; 'Uniforms of the S.S. Volume 1, Allgemeine SS 1923-45', by Andrew Mollo. This is an early work and desirable for anyone interested in the subject. The second; 'German Army Uniforms & Insignia 1933-45' by Brian L. Davis, produced by Arms & Armour Press. This is complete with original dust cover. The third; 'Badges & Insignia Of The Third Reich 1933-1945' by Brian Davies. This is a reprint of the 1983 edition. This is complete with the original dust cover. The fourth; 'Guns Of The Reich Firearms Of The German Forces 1939-1945' by George Markham. Published in 1989 by Arms & Armour Press. Complete with the original dust cover. This is a detailed study of original German weapons and includes captured weapons. It also covers ammunition and a valuable section on makers codes. The price includes UK delivery. BO 1016
£120.00

Volume 1-5 Of 'Uniforms Of The SS' by Andrew Mollo. BO 1015 - BO 1015
Volumes 1-5 of 'Uniforms Of The SS' by Andrew Mollo and published by Windrow & Greene. The complex details of SS uniforms and Insignia have attracted many researchers, but Andrew Mollo's seven volume study is generally accepted as the most authoritative work ever published on the subject. Originally published by the Historical Research Unit. Volume one; Allgemeine-SS 1923-1945. Volume 2, Germanische-SS 1940-45. Volume 3, SS-Verfugungstruppe 1933-1945. Volume 4, SS-Totenkopfverbande. Volume 5, Sicherheitsdienst u. Sicherheitspolizei 1931-1945. All five volumes retain the original dust covers and are hard back. The books measure 11" x 81/2". All are fully illustrated throughout. All 5 volumes are in very good condition and undamaged. The price includes UK delivery. BO 1015
£225.00

4 x Books About WW1 Flying, British and German. BO 1014 - BO 1014
Four books about WW1 Flying. The first being 'Fighter Aircraft of the 1914-1918 War' compiled by W. M. Lamberton. This is a HarleyFord Publication published in 1960. This has a stunning array of photographs and drawings which Harleyford excelled at. The second book, 'Reconnaissance & Bomber Aircraft Of The 1914-1918 War' compiled by W.M. Lamberton. Again a Harleyford publication. Published in 1962. Both of the above books are hardback linen covered books and are in good condition. Both measuring 11 1/4" x 9". The third book, 'A Contemptible Little Flying Corps.' by I. Mc Innes and J.V. Webb. Published in 1991. The book is a comprehensive record of all NCO's and other ranks who were serving at the outbreak of WW1 with a mini biography and medal entitlement for each man. This is fully illustrated and is complete with it's original dust cover in excellent condition. Lastly 'The Pour Le Merite & Germany's First Aces' by John R. Angolia and Clint R. Hackney. This is a first edition dated 1984, one of 500 copies signed by the author and numbered. (this one being 427). The pour Le Merite was the highest award for Germany's WW1 Airmen and this book covers all known recipients with a 'potted history' and photograph for each one. This book is complete with it's original dust cover. The price includes UK delivery. BO 1014
£150.00

1930's Official Regimental Photograph Album, A Field Service Cap & A Cigarette Case All to the 13th Duke Of Connaught's Own Lancers. Sn 10778 - 10778
After the First World War, the number of Indian Cavalry Regiments was reduced. In September 1923, the 31st Duke of Connaught's Own Lancers were amalgamated with the 32nd Lancers to form 13th Duke of Connaught’s Own Bombay Lancers. The new badge was to be crossed lances with '13' on the intersection; a crown above and a scroll below, reading 'Duke of Connaught's Own.' Their uniform was blue with scarlet facings. In 1927 the Regiment was redesignated as the 13th Duke of Connaught's Own Lancers. The 13th Duke of Connaught's Own Lancers were one of the first two Indian Cavalry Regiments nominated for mechanisation. One squadron was equipped with the Vickers Medium Mark I tank and two squadrons with Staghound armoured cars. They were deployed on frontier duties but in April 1941, left for Iraq with the 10th Indian Division. They saw action against the Vichy French in Syria and also served in Persia and Iraq before joining the British Eighth Army in North Africa. This is an Official Photograph Album to the 13th Duke of Connaught's Own Lancers, containing original photographic images up to the 1930's. The leather bound album contains 24 pages of photographs of the Lancer's including portraits of Commanding Officers, Groups of Lancer's and Lancer's both in formation and in the Field together with images of Military establishments and awards. The album measures 16 x 12 x 2 inches and has the Regimental badge in gold on the front cover. The album also contains a Regimental greetings card embossed with Regimental badge containing an image of an armoured column identified as 'Batvia 1946' with a handwritten inscription 'To Mother and Father from Douglas farewell parade of Regt), also a 14th May 2000 dated Combined Cavalry memorial service programme from an event held at Hyde Park. The album is accompanied by a Field Service Cap (Tent Type) to the 13th Duke of Connaught's Own Lancers, with crimson body and blue flap embroidered with the regimental badge, all trimmed in gold, the black leather cloth lining has a manufacturer's label Ranken & Co. Ltd, India with handwritten name which appears to be 'Capt D.F. kerr'. The cap is approx. UK size 6. Also a metal cigarette case with hinged lid engraved with the Regimental badge. Price for this collection to the 13th Duke Of Connaught's Own Lancers includes UK delivery. Sn 10778
£975.00

22 x Volumes of The Imperial War Museum 'History Of The Great War Based On Official Documents' Including 3 x Map Boxes With Maps In Unread Condition. BO 1013 - BO 1013
22 x Volumes of The Imperial War Museum 'History Of The Great War Based On Official Documents' including 3 x map boxes with maps, all in unread condition. The History of the Great War is a series of 109 volumes, covering the war effort of the British state during the First World War, the full title is the History of the Great War Based on Official Documents but the series is usually referred to as the British Official History. It was produced by the Historical Section of the Committee of Imperial Defence Under the control of the Official Historian Brigadier-General Sir James Edmonds for the Army volumes and other historians for the navy, air force, medical and veterinary volumes. Work began on the series in 1915 and in 1920 the first volumes of Naval Operations and Seaborne Trade were published. The first "army" publication, Military Operations: France and Belgium 1914 volume I and a separate map volume were published in 1922 and the final volume, The Occupation of Constantinople was published in 2010. In the 1987 introduction to Operations in Persia 1914–1919, G. M. Bayliss wrote that the guides issued by H.M.S.O. were incomplete. "Sectional List number 60" of 1976 omitted the Gallipoli volumes but contained The Blockade of the Central Empires (1937), which had been retained "for official use only" until 1961. The twelve volumes History of the Ministry of Munitions and two other volumes on the Occupation of the Rhineland (1929) and Operations in Persia 1914–1919 (1929) were also not listed. The History of the Great War Military Operations volumes, were written as a technical history for military staff, rather than as a popular history for consumption by the general public. The 22 x volumes consists of 2 x 1914 France & Belgium volumes, 2 x 1915 France & Belgium volumes, 4 x 1916 France & Belgium volumes, 4 x 1917 France & Belgium volumes, 6 x 1918 France & Belgium volumes, 1 x Italy 1915-1919 volume, 2 x Gallipoli volumes and 1 x Transportation on the Western Front volume. Along with the volumes there are 3 x map boxes full of maps to complement the collection. All of the books are in mint unread condition. This is an Imperial War Museum re-print in conjunction with The Battery Press in 1991. This is an excellent collection and they are the most popular books in the set. The price includes UK deliver.
£450.00

2 x Books, 'History of The Great War Based On Official Documents Based On Official Documents, Principle Events 1914-1918' Book First Published In 1922 By HMSO. BO 1012 - BO 1012
'History of The Great War Based On Official Documents Based On Official Documents, Principle Events 1914-1918' Book First Published In 1922 By HMSO and reprinted in 1987 along with 'List of British Officers Taken Prisoner in the various Theatres of War between August 1914 and November 1918'. These books are an excellent day to day record on all Fronts. The books are compiled from records kept by Messrs Cox & Company's Enquiry Office. They were first published for private circulation by Cox & Company in1919 and reprinted in 1988 by The London Stamp Exchange. They are an invaluable reference and research work for Army, Navy and Air Force. Officers. The price for both books includes UK Delivery.
£115.00

A Collection of 3 x Books, Guns And Rifles Of The World, Early Percussion Firearms and Pistols Rifles and Machine Guns. BO 1011 - BO 1011
A collection of 3 x books, "Guns And Rifles Of The World" by Howard Blackmore, "Early Percussion Firearms" by Lewis Winant and "Pistols, Rifles and Machine Guns" by Major W.G. B Allen. The first book is in very good condition and retains it's original dustcover, it is a classic work printed in 1965 and is packed with sketches, plates and drawings. It consists of 134 pages and measures 12" x 9 1/4". The second book covers a history of early percussion firearms ignition from Forsyth to Winchester .44/40 and was first published in 1959, this is a 1970 re print of the 1st Edition Standard Work. The book is illustrated throughout with plates and sketches. It consists of 172 pages and measures 9 1/2" x 6 1/2". It is in very good condition and is complete with it's original dustcover. The last is a 1953 copy and now out of print. This again is complete with the original dustcover, it is illustrated with plates, sketches and drawings. It measures 9" x 6" and consists of 178 pages. The price is for all three books and includes Uk delivery.
£110.00

A Full Set Of 'Soldiers Died In The Great War' Comprising of 80 x Volumes in 74 Books All Complete With Excellent Condition Dustwrappers. BO 1010 - BO 1010
A full set of 'Soldiers Died In The Great War' books comprising of 80 x volumes in 74 books. All of the books are in in excellent condition, some appear to be unread and all come with unmarked, as new dust covers. They were published by the War Office in 1920. The set comprises of 80 separate parts which embrace every regiment and corps of the British Army. This set is the re-print by J.B. Hayward & Sons from 1988/89 in association with 'The Imperial War Museum. They list approximately 635,000 soldiers, listed alphabetically with their regiment, rank, place of birth, enlisted area, theatre of operations and most importantly the date and nature of casualty. This is an impressive set ideal for the research of any man killed in WW1. The price includes UK delivery.
£575.00
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