Wellington: Govt Printer, 1941. 4to. Soft cover. Monthly memoranda printed for the Birtish Army, and reprinted for H.M. Stationary Office for the General Staff, N.Z. Military Forces. No. 28 (January 1940); No. 32 (May 1940); No. 33 (June 1940); No. 34 (July 1940); No. 35 (August 1940); No. 36 (September...
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London: Bentley, 1871. First Edition. 8vo. Half Calf. pp xi, 291. 2 folding maps on linen (foxed). Contemporary half calf. Two neat gilt stamps to front board and spine. Ref.Milit41. A good complete copy with an account of the siege of Paris by the German armies.
London: 1918. 77cm x 51cm. Unbound. Placard "COTTON CALLS U-BOAT MURDERS A STUNT". Edges worn, otherwise good. Folded.
London: Murray, 1852. 8vo. Full Calf. Full Contemporary crimson calf. Darkened on spines. Important work with source information on the Pensinsula War. Two neat gilt stamps to front board and spine.
London: Flight Publishing Company, 1941. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Original Printed Wrappers. 52 issues (Complete), Jan 2 1941 - Dec 25 1941. Illustrations. Contains advertising matter. Will require additional postage.An extremely rare, complete set of the scarce war-time issues. A good example with all covers in good condition. A true gem.
London: Longman, 1840. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Library Cloth. pp. viii, viii, 133. Complete with 3 hand-coloured plates . Library crest on cover. Library accession record on front endpaper.
Frankfurt: Franfurter Societetat-Druderei, 1914. 4to. No Binding. single page German newsheet announcing the number of prisoners of war interned until the end of the current year. Comprises 8138 officers and 577,875 regular soldiers.
12mo. Orig. Cloth. No. 2267499. Sections cover Balilla, 8 to 13 years, Avanguardista 14 to 17 years, Giovane Fascista 17 to 21 years, Militare and Postmilitare. Each section with an illustrated intro page in colour. Name details completed, remainder uncompleted. Blue cloth.
London: W. Clowes and Sons, 1859. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Quarter Morocco. pp.(xxvi),116, double lithographed plate, trimmed.
London: T. Edgerton, (Military Library, Whitehall), 1804. Second Edition. 8vo. Half calf and Boards. pp. 190. Translated from the modern french. Half calf and marbled boards. Spine and boards slightly rubbed. Copy in very good order, binding and interior sound. A rare copy in original binding.
Wellington: Govt Print. 1944. Folio. Quarter cloth and Boards. Jan-June1943. Issues bound [in this order] featuring the "World's News in Pictures". Rare wartime illustrations. Cover worn, hinges loose. Includes names portraits of second world war personel and details of New Zealand's participation in the second world war. Minor insect damage...
Melbourne: Goverment Printer, 1861. Folio. Unbound. 4 separate pages being copies of despatches and letters from the Secretary of State, from His Excellency Sir T. Gore Brown, from the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and the Superintendent at New Plymouth (a letter acknowledging assistance to settlers...Taranaki General Relief Fund)...
London: HMSO, 1919. Facs. Reprint. 4to. Original Printed Wrappers. pp. 262. Part 1 and 2. Facs reprint 1975.
London: William Clowes & Sons for Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1846. Folio. Sewn as Issued. pp 37. Correspondence from Governor Grey beginning with his appointment and arrival in Auckland to relations with the Maori and military operations. Tied with twine. Some staining and age-darkening to front and back covers, otherwise...
London: McCorquodale & Co LTD, 1918. 75cm x 50cm. Unbound. No date. Poster during World War I, saying "VOTE FOR BELSHER AND AVENGE U-BOAT MURDERS". 75x50cm. Folded and kept in plastic wrappers, middle fold slightly torn, otherwise in very good condition.
1914. 87cm x 56cm. Unbound. c1914/1915. Air Raid Precautions poster, with instruction of what to do if there is a German air raid. Silhouettes of British and German aircraft and airships. Folded and in good condition.
No Imprint. 1900. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Original Pictorial Cloth. pp.30,30,30. Ilustrations. Title from cover. In the series: " Our Fighting Forces" Contents: No. 1. India's fighting troops by Saint Nihal Singh.[No. 3] , Australia and South Africa by A.B. Cooper., No. 4 Famous Scottish Regiments by...
London: 1914. Unbound. Recruiting poster for the British Army, shows a smiling soldier. 'ENLIST TODAY HE'S HAPPY AND SATISFIED - ARE YOU?' Folded, 75x50cm, very good condition.
Washington, DC: Govt. Print. (for) Historical Publications Branch, Dept. Of Internal Affairs. 1910. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Printed Wrappers. pp.27 [U.S.] War Dept. document no. 367. Rare.
Wellington: 1868. Folio. Unbound. pp 1. Table detailing "Return of Commissioned Officers of Militia, Volunteers, or Armed Constabulary, in receipt of Pay, with Rank and Rate of Pay in each case, and showing where such Officer is serving." Rare.
Washington, DC: Government Printer, 1870-71, 1871. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Boards. 3 volumes bound as one (336;248;160pp), c.1871. Recent half rexine on old marbled boards,Library stamp on front board. Fifty thousand dead soldiers; the vast number killed in action was more than doubled by the many thousands...
London: Gale & Polden, 1921. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Cloth. pp.24. Coloured frontispiece. Gilt library stamp and number on cover, sticker inside front cover.
Washington, DC: Govt Printer, 1911. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Printed Wrapper. pp.45. With original front printed wrapper. Rare.
Dunedin: Daily Times Print, 1901. Small Oblong. Original Printed Wrappers. The troops were made up of 36 different regimental groups from the British Army. The number of men in each group varied between 4 and 46. Out of the total number of 743 soldiers, the bulk of them were billeted...
London: William Heinemann, 1941. 8vo. Orig. Cloth. pp 261. Frontis, plates. Blue cloth binding, cloth split at front hinge and spine discoloured, else good. Keith Park's copy, inscribed to ffep, "K.R.P. With happy birthday wishes from 'Blitz', "Ginger' & 'Barnado' June 15 1941". A rare association copy.